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Diana Ransom is the former deputy editor of Entrepreneur.com.
Why This Company Wants You to Change Your Underwear
You may have TOMS shoes on your feet and Warby Parker glasses on your face, but this company wants to get into your underwear drawer.
Hurricane Sandy and Its Aftermath: By the Numbers
See just how brutal last year's superstorm Sandy really was.
The Single Most Important Trait for Any Successful Entrepreneur
You may not be as technologically brilliant as Jack Dorsey or Aaron Levie, but you can adopt their intense competitiveness.
New York's Business Community Waxes Sentimental for Its Departing Billionaire
Despite bans on sugary drinks, smoking and trans fats, the 'nanny mayor' is looking a lot better these days.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Mayor Bloomberg's Tenure
In their own words, NYC-based entrepreneurs and business owners say what 12 years under the billionaire mayor was like for their companies and what their prognosis is for the city after Bloomberg leaves office at the end of this year.
Aaron Levie on Box's $1 Billion Valuation and Solving the World's 'Unsexy' Problems
From college dropout to enterprise-software wunderkind, the CEO of Box dishes about working with Mark Cuban and his top success tips.
Race to the Top Goes to College
President Obama laid out a plan for combating the rising cost of college, but passage is far from apparent. The plan is also not obviously advantageous for students.
New Student Loan Law Offers Short-Term Benefits and Potentially Long-Term Headaches
President Obama is expected to sign a new student loan bill into law today. While it stands to reduce costs for many in the near term, students could face higher costs down the road.
Why Obama Asked Amy Poehler and Jon Bon Jovi to the White House. Hint: It's Not a SNL Sketch
For millions of young Americans who don't now have health insurance, the president is leaning on celebs to spread the word about signing up.
The Weird and Often Creepy Business of TV's Oddities
From outcast toys to Victorian wigs, people crave variety and a release from cookie-cutter design. Fortunately for them, Evan Michelson and Mike Zohn of Obscure Antiques & Oddities are on it.
Business Unusual: The Hidden Cheese Caves of Manhattan
As people's tastes widen for all things handmade and delicious, the old traditions of cheese making and aging have become big business. See how one cheesemonger is riding the (cheese) curl.
The Pitfalls of the Perpetual Startup
Misrepresenting your company's life stage could carry steep consequences.
After the Protests: What It Takes to Start Up in Turkey
Before protesters engulfed Turkey's Taksim Square, the country had become a rising star for businesses and entrepreneurs.
Reporter's Notebook: Visiting Istanbul at a Time of Tumult
In heading to Istanbul to cover a business conference, Entrepreneur.com's Diana Ransom walked into what would become a nationwide protest. Here's her take on the week's demonstrations.
Amid Istanbul Protests, Caution at a Conference
At the annual Dell Women's Entrepreneurship Network event in Istanbul, entrepreneurs found themselves waylaid by days of protests and tear-gas explosions.
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