Brian Patrick Eha
Brian Patrick Eha is a freelance journalist and former assistant editor at Entrepreneur.com. He is writing a book about the global phenomenon of Bitcoin for Portfolio, an imprint of Penguin Random House. It will be published in 2015.
Manufacturer Lamassu has sold 120 of its Bitcoin ATMs in its first four months, becoming a major player in a brand-new competitive space.
New revelations about the NSA shed light on the extent of its cyber-exploits and the special hacking unit that can gain access to your whole digital life.
A look at why co-founders shouldn't always seek consensus, why millennials want feedback and more advice for business owners.
As India's central bank considers what to do about digital currencies, Bitcoin businesses in India are suspending operations.
A look at why you should let go of your need for short-term results, how positive habits will help you in the new year and more advice for business owners.
Two of the leading platforms for freelance work have signed an agreement to merge, furthering the advance of the freelance economy.
China is cracking down on Bitcoin, and that means the price bubble is finally bursting.
The latest winner of the Cool Idea! Award program is Garageio, a device that allows you to open and close your garage door with your smartphone.
The serial entrepreneur who has worked for Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Michael Dell has a new startup, and it's about to come out of stealth mode.
The Silicon Valley tech giant has acquired eight robotics companies in the past six months. And it isn't done yet.
A look at the importance of personally connecting with customers, why perfection is better than originality and more advice for business owners.
The largest Bitcoin service in the U.S. just got a major push to expand its business.
The founder of the Bitcoin Investment Trust has been meeting with Wall Street players whom he says are preparing to pour vast amounts of money into the digital currency.
Mary Barra, a longtime General Motors employee, deserves some of the credit for turning around GM. Now, she's taking the top job at the company and making history as the only female CEO in the auto industry worldwide.
Forget about the latest iPhone or Samsung device. The Nokia 6310, discontinued more than six years ago, is the phone of the elite.
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