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.
As mobile traffic continues to grow, the social network for professionals has launched an app that integrates with iPhone Mail.
During a six-month high in the value of Bitcoin, a venture-backed startup has released an iPhone app that lets you buy, sell and trade bitcoins from your mobile phone.
Hurricane Sandy brought devastation to businesses in New York and New Jersey, in the process teaching business owners some valuable lessons. It even sparked a new startup.
A CEO who has made being offensive part of his brand identity took to Twitter to face his customers and critics.
Letting an employee follow you around can be a great way to groom up-and-coming talent.
A look at how to hear what people are saying, why you shouldn't try to please everyone and more advice for business owners.
Data Elite wants to fill a need for big data startups that aren't satisfied by generic startup incubators and investment funds. And it has major backers ready to make sure it succeeds.
A new study by the Kauffman Foundation suggests that knowing an entrepreneur might convince you to become one.
Angela Ahrendts has led Burberry to record profits. Next year, we'll see what she can do for Apple.
In a lesson to all businesses about how to provide great customer service, a Netflix service rep role-played 'Star Trek' while trying to fix a problem.
In a surprise email, the company announced it would be phasing out its service with digital currency businesses.
A look at why you shouldn't wait till the end of the year to do a performance review, why you should engage friends in your business and more advice for business owners.
Aereo won a court victory in Boston today, but the fight over the startup's ability to provide digital streams of broadcast signals is far from over.
Elance and other online platforms have made possible a global marketplace for so-called fractional work. But with full-time employment opportunities shrinking, is freelancing the way forward?
A new Twitter feature, set to launch in November, may be a game changer for internet TV and online advertising.
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