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Mary Jo Gorman, founder of Advanced ICU Care, says her company helps improve patient care in hospitals with technologies like tele-ICU.
Co-founder and CEO Michele Honomichl helps corporations with the important job of getting global employees paid.
Brian Spaly, founder and CEO of Trunk Club, is disrupting retail, one box of clothes at a time.
How Mark Zuckerberg owned up to his mistakes and retooled his company to conquer smartphones.
Matthew Corrin, founder and CEO of fast-growing Freshii, is bringing quinoa and kale to the masses.
Can fast-food be healthy? Canadian startup Freshii is testing the waters by building a chain of healthy fast-food restaurants in the U.S. and around the world.
Three of the Bay Area's marquee investment firms want to capture the most interesting ideas before they're hatched.
Rakuten CEO Hiroshi Mikitani heads one of the oldest and largest e-commerce sites in the world. He stopped by Fortune to talk about its unique model, plans for expansion and its battle with Amazon in the global market.
Belcampo CEO Anya Fernald has built a food startup that owns its own supply chain, from the farm to the butcher shop to the restaurant table.
Mary Jo Gorman uses tech to transform health care.
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