Richard Feloni

Richard Feloni

Richard Feloni is a strategy reporter at Business Insider. Richard joined BI in Oct. 2013 and covered the ad industry up through the Super Bowl. He previously reported in Brooklyn and wrote for alt-weeklys and newspapers in Boston, his hometown. He has also freelanced videos for The Wall Street Journal. Richard is an alumnus of Boston College and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

14 Classic Business Books You Can Download For Less Than $5
Business Books

14 Classic Business Books You Can Download For Less Than $5

Some of the most influential business books are available for next to nothing (or even nothing) in the Amazon Kindle store.
20 People Who Became Highly Successful After Age 40
Success Stories

20 People Who Became Highly Successful After Age 40

No, life and success don't end in your 20s and 30s. Here are some perfect examples.
5 Presentation Tips From the World Champion of Public Speaking
Leadership

5 Presentation Tips From the World Champion of Public Speaking

Here's how you can get over your anxiety over speaking in front of a group of people -- and make a lasting impression.
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16 Traits Of The World's Most Successful People
Leadership

16 Traits Of The World's Most Successful People

Ways others have found their own success, and how you can, too.
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Logos

Expert Explains What Makes the Best Logos So Good

Creating a logo can be the most critical branding step. Here, we critique and offer insight on the logos from some of the biggest brands.
17 Traits That Distinguish the Best Startup CEOs
Leadership

17 Traits That Distinguish the Best Startup CEOs

Being a great leader requires more than just attention to detail. Keep these points in mind when taking your management up a notch -- or several.
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How Lego Came Back From the Brink of Bankruptcy
Growth Strategies

How Lego Came Back From the Brink of Bankruptcy

With its new 'The Lego Movie' out in theaters, a look at how the company skirted financial breakdown.
Facebook Sued for Allegedly Using Your Private Messages to Trigger Ads
Marketing

Facebook Sued for Allegedly Using Your Private Messages to Trigger Ads

How much access is Facebook giving advertisers to your 'private' messages?