Staff Writer. Frequently covers digital media.
Geoff Weiss is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com who frequently covers digital media.
As opposed to email or messaging, 'Tone aims to make sharing digital things with nearby people as easy as talking to them,' the search giant said.
The word 'amazing' tends to be a winner, but steer clear of 'magic,' 'simple' and 'free.'
While minimally-appointed office spaces are typically thought to be the most productive, one study suggests that ornamentation -- via greenery -- can enhance efficiency.
Take a note from Jack Dorsey, who rises every morning at 5:30 for a meditation session followed by a six-mile jog.
Long Beach, Calif., became the first major U.S. city to ease taxi regulations in the face of competition from ridesharing services.
BitGive, founded in 2013, partners with nonprofits in the public health and environmental sectors and solicits charitable donations from Bitcoin believers.
Stay-at-home mompreneur Melissa Lay was shocked to discover that Target is selling a T-shirt nearly identical to the one she handprints out of her Oregon garage.
From YouTube to Yahoo to Buzzfeed and beyond, here's what's on the programmatic tap for 2015.
Users will be able to search for links to share natively on Facebook as opposed to rummaging elsewhere on the web.
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 is expected to announce its video plans at a May 20 press event that could coincide with a rumored $400 million funding round.
'I am very happy to meet Murilo before he's born,' says Brazil native Tatiana Guerra, who lost her sight at age 17.
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 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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Despite facing many challenges, the majority of small-business owners say that, if given the opportunity, they would start up all over again.