Small changes can make big difference in health, says Stephen Devries, head of non-profit Gaples Institute for Integrative Cardiology in Deerfield.
Eugenia Cheng’s wizardry at making math fun got her on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” talks about teaching at the School of the Art Institute.
Looking for ways to experience Chicago personalized to your interests? There’s a new app for that from Olio City a startup run by Ellen Prinzi.
John Rowady — founder and CEO of the Chicago sports marketing firm rEvolution — talks with reporter Sandra Guy about building his business.
WE Schools founder Craig Kielburger on the student service program and plans to pair high school Advance Placement Program students with service work.
Blitsy CEO Ross Petersen talks about the Chicago arts/crafts e-commerce company’s ambitious expansion plans.
Chicago is home to a double rarity: NIN Ventures is one of the nation’s first crowdfunded technology venture capital firms and is headed by a woman.