Game Changers

James Stewart's extreme motocross success
How do you become a $10 million man in an obscure sport?  More
Economist George Loewenstein says people have a hard time imagining how they'll feel -- and act -- in the future. That one psychological limitation could be the Achilles' heel in your financial plan. More
Economist and Japan expert Richard Koo says that striking similarities between our current malaise and the 'Lost Decade' show that Congress and the president need to set a new course. More
Developer and two-time space tourist Charles Simonyi has a far-out plan to change the way software is made. More
Entrepreneur Eric Garland thinks he has a better music chart. His secret? Tweets, status updates, and web chatter. More
Genevieve Bell helps the chipmaker analyze a complex system: humanity. More
Flipboard's Mike McCue builds products that make tech easier, whether consumers are ready for them or not. More
The city in crisis needs all the innovation and optimism it can muster. Here are a dozen people whose ideas offer hope for a more vibrant Detroit. More

VP Marissa Mayer talks about making the switch from 'search,' to running Google's location and local services division. More

Nathan Myhrvold's company, Intellectual Ventures, is one of the top owners of U.S. patents. More

Former Apple CEO John Sculley reflects on how Steve Jobs recruited him to run the tech company and why its board ultimately fired Jobs in 1985.

Fans from around the world react to news of Steve Jobs' death.

Steve Jobs' enthusiasm and sense of humor were on full display at the launch of some of Apple's greatest hits.

CNN's Alina Cho meets with J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler, and looks inside the fashion company that now has 233 stores worldwide.

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