Danielle Beurteaux


Danielle Beurteaux

About Danielle Beurteaux

Danielle Beurteaux is a New York-based writer who covers business, technology, and philanthropy. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Popular Mechanics, CNN, and Institutional Investor's Alpha, among other outlets.

How Is The On Demand Economy Evolving?

7-Apr-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

News in the world of car-sharing: there are rumors that New York-based car sharing startup Juno is raising $30 million in investment money. While that number in and of itself isn’t surprising, the c

8 Great Places For New College Graduates

5-Apr-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

This is not a bad time to be finishing college. According to The Wall Street Journal, the National Association of Colleges and Employers reports that the job market for new grads is the best it’s be

Want To Sample The Future?

30-Mar-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Electronics company Sony recently announced that it would soon open what the company is calling “Future Lab.” It’s a brick-and-mortar space that’s not a store, but somewhere consumers can try

Wearables Beyond The Wrist Band

29-Mar-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

How will we wear our technology? Right now Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts has a show called “#techstyle” (you know it’s futuristic because of the hashtag). It’s an exhibit that examines how

Forget Consumer IoT—Industrial IoT Will Be The Revolution

23-Mar-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Recent big news in the IoT-sphere isn’t about intelligent toasters or sentient vacuum cleaners. It’s about the Industrial Internet of Things, which is about to blow us out of the water. Tom  Sieb

9 Things To Increase Your Digital IQ

22-Mar-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Keeping track of all the news in the digital economy is a tough task. So we’ve put together some of the latest and most interesting news bits that you may have missed. 1. Drones and airplanes = N

What’s Wrong With Your Team Building—And How to Fix It

10-Mar-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Utter the phrase “team building” and watch your employees run for cover. There’s the association with mandatory team-building exercises that many a worker associates with forced enthusiasm and a

Are Sales Associates An Endangered Species?

9-Mar-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

This could be the next step in retail, the inevitable progression from vending machines to full brick and mortar stores without a sales associate in sight. An entrepreneur in a small town in Sweden ha

5 Academic Centers For The Digital Economy

2-Mar-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Do we have enough digital leaders for the next stage of the digital economy? Schools around the world are responding to demand for programs that address how the digital economy is changing the worl

6 Visionary Devices for the Digital Economy

2-Mar-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Inside View For both patients and medical professionals, digital technology is improving the clinical experience with devices that allow deeper insights into health conditions, making diagnosis and t