Natalie Burg, Forbes

Natalie Burg


Ann Arbor, MI, United States

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Past articles by Natalie:

Your Newest Holiday Tradition Is Ireland’s Oldest: Bushmills’ Triple Distilled Single Malt

Those with refined palates may look to Ireland’s North Coast for inspiration, where a chapter of whiskey history that began in 1608 lives on. → Read More

Meet the Global Tech Leader Changing the World of Travel has led the transformation of the travel industry by focusing on constant innovation. Learn more about how they solve customer’s needs through technology. → Read More

Working Parents, Here’s How to Feel Less Overwhelmed and More in Control (Because You’ve Got This)

Working parents, here's the advice you need to feel more in control. → Read More

How Michigan Is Contemplating The Big Ideas Defining The Future Of Mobility

Michigan's researchers, engineers and designers work on the technology that will bring us driverless cars and utilitarian drones, they’re also partnering with public entities to ready communities for the major societal shifts to come. → Read More

The Drone Catcher: How A Michigan Robotics Lab Hopes To Keep The Skies Friendly

Plenty of people are deeply enthralled with drones: hobbyists, scientists, engineers …. criminals. From disrupting sporting events to making assassination attempts, a range of nefarious actors have been showcasing the dangers of this burgeoning technology. → Read More

Michigan Driverless Auto Tech's Cross-Border Breakthroughs

Two cars took a remarkable journey from Southeast Michigan, through the Detroit-Windsor tunnel into Canada, north to Sarnia, Ontario, over the Blue Water Bridge back into Michigan, and across the state to Traverse City. For more than 90% of the drive, the cars drove with no human intervention. → Read More

How Michigan Know-How Is Bringing Bikes Into The Connected Driving Revolution

Someday, as you approach a line of slow-moving traffic, your car will know the cause of the delay, even if you can’t see it. It will have detected that the cars ahead are waiting to pass a cyclist. This information will reduce the frustration of a mysterious slowdown and will protect the cyclist. → Read More

Native Michigan Tech Is Making Driving Smarter – And Safer

For decades, there’s been a barrier between vehicle owners and what’s going on under their hoods. As cars become smarter, they produce more and more data that can help break down that barrier – but only if drivers can access the necessary information. → Read More

Michigan’s Robotic Car Researchers Are Making Science Fiction A Reality

Across Michigan, academic researchers are working on the challenges of automated and connected-car technology. Here’s a look at what three Michigan universities are up to in the world of robotic car research. → Read More

Testing Facilities Challenge UAV Tech On Land, At Sea And In The Air

Research requires talent–and when the most talented UAV researchers are in Michigan, it benefits private companies to be close by. → Read More

The 6 Sales Interview Questions You Will Get Asked (and How to Answer Them)

Wondering how to ace your sales interview? Read on for advice on answering the most commonly asked questions. → Read More

PlanetMVoice: 5 Reasons Michigan Has Become The "Silicon Valley Of Mobility Tech"

Spend time in an American city on the cutting edge of autonomous vehicle research, and you might happen to stumble upon certain cutting-edge devices in action. You could spot a driverless shuttle developed by startup May Mobility doing test runs to and from parking structures. → Read More

ADPVoice: Diversity And Inclusion: What's The Difference, And How Can We Ensure Both?

Thrown together though they often are, diversity and inclusion are distinct terms for different concepts — and both are critical to developing a healthy workforce. How so? Rita Mitjans, ADP’s chief diversity and corporate social responsibility officer, explains. → Read More

ADPVoice: Creating An Inclusive Workplace For LGBTQ Employees

ADP® Chief Financial Officer Jan Siegmund can offer experienced advice on where to begin. For almost a decade, ADP has earned a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index (CEI). → Read More

These Are the 4 Lessons One Woman Learned While Going From Entry-Level to VP

Want to get ahead? Read on for tips on upward mobility from someone who rose through the ranks. → Read More

Why You Don't Need a 4-Year Degree to Get the Tech Job of Your Dreams

How to transfer your experience to your dream tech job, without going back to a four-year school. → Read More

Why This Company Decided to Offer Flexible Time Off

Learn why this company is offering flexible time off and how the policy benefits employees. → Read More

SamsungVoice: Frustrated By Toy Selection, Mom Made Her Own, And Started A Business

Life in the studio and woodshop where Taylor Melton works varies from day to day and hour to hour. → Read More

SamsungVoice: After Being Laid Off, Designer Turned Side Project Into Distinctive Brand

Alisa Bobzien is hosting a party of one — and from the vantage point of her online presence, it’s a pretty fun event. → Read More

3 Women on Why They Chose a Career Path in Medicine

We talked to three people about their careers and how they found fulfillment in the medical field. → Read More