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.
Over the past six years, Billabong has erased billions of dollars in investor value. Its latest year-end financial report delivers the worst news yet.
In our special report, Bitcoin startup founders, angel investors and other insiders explain what the digital currency can do.
A look at how thinking like an artist can help you run your business and other essential nuggets of wisdom for business owners.
Amazon and other giant tech companies are trying to become synonymous with the internet in users' minds.
Google isn't the only company investing in wearable computing devices. Telepathy is an upstart with a device of its own.
As early as next month, corporations may have to begin making public the difference between their chief executive's compensation and the pay of a middle-of-the-pack worker.
New brand guidelines make life difficult for many apps that benefit Instagram users and helped the photo-sharing service grow.
The Million American Jobs Project suggests that if consumers simply bought five percent more American-made products, a million new jobs would be created.
Real-estate information powerhouse Zillow said it will buy StreetEasy for $50 million and also announced a secondary stock offering.
Reaction to the Steve Jobs biopic has been decidedly mixed, with most critics panning the film. Here's what Twitter users had to say on the day of the 'Jobs' premiere.
U.S. consumer sentiment unexpectedly fell in August while housing starts for July also missed estimates.
The three-day Startup Phenomenon conference will focus on how communities can foster entrepreneurship.
A look at why you shouldn't build an app on gut instinct alone, why you should release product features one at a time and more advice for business owners.
Daymond John, Mark Cuban and others will celebrate entrepreneurship and access to startup capital for racial and ethnic minorities.
How far would you go to keep your employees' skills sharp? Twitter went ahead and bought a whole company.
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