The articles listed below can also be accessed via the links below or the publication's website.
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Leighton, M. (2018, September 21). I tried the Kickstarter-funded ‘toothbrush of the future’ and I loved
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Leighton, M. (2018, August 7). How Rent the Runway is changing the way women get dressed—and
why it’s been called one of the most disruptive companies in the world, alongside Uber, Airbnb, and
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Slotnick, D. (2018, October 27). I tried the cult-favorite Trtl pillow to see if it’s worth the hype—and I
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Tyler, J. (2018, September 22). Take a look inside the kitchen where Shake Shack is developing new
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The articles listed below can also be accessed via the Business Source Complete database. Publisher restrictions do not allow printing or saving of these articles,
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Business Review, 73(1), 43–53.
Brown, Tim. (2008). Design Thinking. Harvard Business Review, 86(6), 84-92.
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Robinson, M. (2018, January 10). A robotics company called ‘Robomart’ wants to replace Postmates and Instacart with self-driving grocery stores. Retrieved from: https://www.businessinsider.com/robomart-is-the-self-driving-grocery-store-2018-1
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