Catherine Clifford

Catherine Clifford

Frequently covers crowdfunding, the sharing economy and social entrepreneurship.

Catherine Clifford is a senior writer at Entrepreneur.com. Previously, she was the small business reporter at CNNMoney and an assistant in the New York bureau for CNN. Catherine attended Columbia University where she earned a bachelor's degree. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. Email her at CClifford@entrepreneur.com. You can follow her on Twitter at @CatClifford.

For the First Time Since the Great Recession, U.S. Startup Activity Is Strengthening
Entrepreneurs

For the First Time Since the Great Recession, U.S. Startup Activity Is Strengthening

A new report from the Kauffman Foundation shows a rebound in entrepreneurship.
10 U.S. Cities With the Longest Commute Times
Commutes

10 U.S. Cities With the Longest Commute Times

Transportation researchers analyzed how long it takes workers in the biggest cities to get to and from work.
Meet Wag, an App to Help You Find a Dog Walker
Apps

Meet Wag, an App to Help You Find a Dog Walker

During each walk, Wag provides owners with a photo of their dog, a map of the walk, and a 'pee-poop' status update.
This New Virtual Reality Headset Tracks Your Eye Movements
24/7 Tech

This New Virtual Reality Headset Tracks Your Eye Movements

FOVE has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund production and manufacturing of its headset.
3-D Printing Opens Up Wild New Frontiers for This Longtime Jewelry Designer
24/7 Tech

3-D Printing Opens Up Wild New Frontiers for This Longtime Jewelry Designer

Dilek Sezen used to spend months designing each of her high-end earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Then, she discovered the 3-D printer.
This Is the Teeny-Tiny Phone That Wants You to Leave Your Real Phone Behind
24/7 Tech

This Is the Teeny-Tiny Phone That Wants You to Leave Your Real Phone Behind

The Light Phone is a credit-card sized phone that does basically nothing.
Lyft Is Playing in Tinder's Sandbox
Lyft

Lyft Is Playing in Tinder's Sandbox

The ridesharing app is trying out a new feature that allows carpooling passengers to rate and message each other after a ride.
The 3 Smartest Things Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel Told Grads
Snapchat

The 3 Smartest Things Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel Told Grads

The founder and CEO of mobile app Snapchat spoke at the University of Southern California Marshall undergraduate commencement ceremony. Here's a synopsis of his best thoughts.
Buckle Up: Google's Self-Driving Cars to Hit the Open Road
Self-Driving Cars

Buckle Up: Google's Self-Driving Cars to Hit the Open Road

The autonomous cars will drive on public roads in California starting this summer.
Learn French or Spanish While You GChat
languages

Learn French or Spanish While You GChat

A new application for Google Chrome allows you to learn a new language in the in-between moments when you are instant messaging.
Reading Rainbow's New Website Launched Today (And It's Totally Adorable)
Crowdfunding

Reading Rainbow's New Website Launched Today (And It's Totally Adorable)

LeVar Burton raised $6.4 million in a Kickstarter campaign and set a record for the most number of campaign backers to create a new, digital version of the beloved children's brand.
While You Obsess About Your Business, Don't Forget About Your Body
Work-Life Balance

While You Obsess About Your Business, Don't Forget About Your Body

Even busy entrepreneurs need to make health a priority. After all, more than half of Americans who consider themselves to be in 'very good' or 'excellent' health are either overweight or obese, according to a new survey.
'We Had a Crush on the MakerBot': How 3-D Printing Won These Fashion Designers Over
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'We Had a Crush on the MakerBot': How 3-D Printing Won These Fashion Designers Over

French designers Nelly Zagury and CĂ©lia Elmasu revealed their first 3-D printed jewelry collection at a runway show in New York City this spring.
Unhappy Workers Cost the U.S. Up to $550 Billion a Year (Infographic)
Infographics

Unhappy Workers Cost the U.S. Up to $550 Billion a Year (Infographic)

Investing money in improving company culture is often seen as frivolous. But it shouldn't be.
These Brother and Sister Entrepreneurs Were Just Named the National Small Business Persons of the Year
National Small Business Week

These Brother and Sister Entrepreneurs Were Just Named the National Small Business Persons of the Year

One of the founders of the family-owned and operated Missouri Star Quilt Company reflects on moments of intense struggle -- and serious doubt.