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Geoff Weiss is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com who frequently covers digital media.
Taking Aim at Google, Facebook Builds a Mobile Search Engine
Users will be able to search for links to share natively on Facebook as opposed to rummaging elsewhere on the web.
A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of YouTube's Free Production Facility in NYC
As competition in the online video industry abounds, the space represents just one facet of an increased investment by YouTube back into its own creator ecosphere.
Spotify, Reddit to Leap Into the Ever-Crowded Online Video Business
Spotify is expected to announce its video plans at a May 20 press event that could coincide with a rumored $400 million funding round.
3-D Printed Ultrasound Lets Blind Mother-to-Be Meet Her Unborn Baby (VIDEO)
'I am very happy to meet Murilo before he's born,' says Brazil native Tatiana Guerra, who lost her sight at age 17.
Zenefits, a 2-Year-Old Startup, Is Now Valued at $4.5 Billion
The San Francisco startup offers free HR software to small and medium-sized businesses, and makes money by collecting commissions from benefits providers.
T-Mobile's Latest Attack on Verizon Is a Masterful Marketing Maneuver
T-Mobile has co-opted an existing Verizon ad campaign and is offering Verizon customers a free two-week trial in hopes of luring them away from the provider.
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What It Takes to Be a Small-Business Owner (Infographic)
Despite facing many challenges, the majority of small-business owners say that, if given the opportunity, they would start up all over again.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal: Successful Companies Raise Expectations Literally Every Day (VIDEO)
'Organizations, even if they're profitable or highly respected or iconic names, are only a short time away from becoming challenged or irrelevant.'
Warby Parker Joins Billion-Dollar Valuation Club After Latest $100 Million Funding Round
The glasses maker plans to use the cash to fund expansion of its fleet of physical storefronts.
Weight Watchers Founder, Who Turned Her Personal Struggle Into an Empire, Dies at 91
The company, inspired by Jean Nidetch's own weight loss struggles, went public in 1968 and was purchased by Heinz for $71 million a decade later.
Google's Latest Patent Might Replace Your Laptop's Space Bar With a Giant Trackpad
With no space bar, where will all the astronauts hang out?
From Fermented Food to Video Streaming, These French Entrepreneurs Are Making a Splash Stateside
Attitudes towards entrepreneurship are evolving among today's French youth.
Goodbye, Productivity: Microsoft Is Bringing Back Solitaire for Windows 10
Microsoft is looking to inject a bit of nostalgia back into its latest version of Windows in the form of a much-beloved time waster.
5 Businesses on the Brink of an IPO
On the heels of last week's splashy stock-market debuts of Etsy, Party City and Virtu, here's who could be next.
The Model for Norman Rockwell's Iconic 'Rosie the Riveter' Painting Has Died
The character, which represents the American women who entered the workforce in droves during World War II, has become a symbol of female empowerment.
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