Geoff Weiss

Geoff Weiss

Staff Writer. Frequently covers digital media.
Geoff Weiss is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com who frequently covers digital media.
Health-Care Franchise Under Fire for Classified Ad Stating 'No Haitians' Need Apply
Discrimination

Health-Care Franchise Under Fire for Classified Ad Stating 'No Haitians' Need Apply

Local legislators have called for an investigation by the New York State Department of Labor and the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission.
New Study Concludes That Standing Isn't Necessarily Healthier Than Sitting Down All Day
Health

New Study Concludes That Standing Isn't Necessarily Healthier Than Sitting Down All Day

Both are problematic in that they encourage a sedentary workday.
GoPro Is Giving Away $5 Million a Year to Content Creators Who Produce Amazing Work
GoPro

GoPro Is Giving Away $5 Million a Year to Content Creators Who Produce Amazing Work

The camera company is making a huge investment in its content creator community.
Abortions at Dunkin' Donuts: How Brands Should React When They Get Strange, Potentially Damaging Press
Public Relations

Abortions at Dunkin' Donuts: How Brands Should React When They Get Strange, Potentially Damaging Press

Here's how Dunkin' Donuts quelled a strange quandary from a parody site called Clickhole.
Fashion Victim: Snapchat Founder Evan Spiegel Mugs in Bizarre Photoshoot for Italian Vogue
Image

Fashion Victim: Snapchat Founder Evan Spiegel Mugs in Bizarre Photoshoot for Italian Vogue

Here's what not to do when you're a 25-year-old billionaire.
Why This 25-Year-Old Marketing Star Left His Job at YouTube to Launch a Philanthropic YouTube Channel
LGBT

Why This 25-Year-Old Marketing Star Left His Job at YouTube to Launch a Philanthropic YouTube Channel

In tapping into a conversation about LGBT rights that was already humming across YouTube, Raymond Braun struck philanthropic -- and marketing -- gold.
Amazon Is Now Surveying Corporate Staffers About Job Satisfaction Every Single Day
Employee Morale

Amazon Is Now Surveying Corporate Staffers About Job Satisfaction Every Single Day

The internal system, called Amazon Connections, grew out of the company's notoriously grueling warehouses.
Stop the Presses and Start Your Weekend Right Now: Google Docs Has Gone Dark
Technology

Stop the Presses and Start Your Weekend Right Now: Google Docs Has Gone Dark

Amid service disruptions, Google says it's on the case.
Twitter Embraces a YouTube-Like Video Monetization Model For 'All Publishers and Creators'
Online Video

Twitter Embraces a YouTube-Like Video Monetization Model For 'All Publishers and Creators'

Twitter will give creators a 70 percent cut of ad revenues, as opposed to the 55 percent offered by YouTube and Facebook.
This Startup Is Putting a New Spin on the Basic Men's Tie
Fashion

This Startup Is Putting a New Spin on the Basic Men's Tie

Skinnyfatties believes tie widths should correlate with one's body type.
Twitter Unveils Easy-to-Use 'Moments' Feature That Curates Trending Topics
Social Media

Twitter Unveils Easy-to-Use 'Moments' Feature That Curates Trending Topics

The new product arrives on the heels of Jack Dorsey's reappointment as CEO.
Painting By Alibaba's Unconventional Chairman Jack Ma Fetches $5.4 Million at Auction
Artists

Painting By Alibaba's Unconventional Chairman Jack Ma Fetches $5.4 Million at Auction

Proceeds are going to an environmental non-profit founded by Ma and fellow Chinese philanthropists.
High School Students 3-D Printed a Custom Wheelchair to Help This Resilient Little Kitten
Business Accelerated

High School Students 3-D Printed a Custom Wheelchair to Help This Resilient Little Kitten

Cassidy the cat's fate seemed sealed when he was born in the woods and lost his hind legs. But thanks to modern technology, he has a new lease on life.
Here's Why JetBlue Wanted New Yorkers to Steal Its Outdoor Posters
Data-Driven Marketing

Here's Why JetBlue Wanted New Yorkers to Steal Its Outdoor Posters

'Only a real New Yorker can pull this off,' the airline teased on bus-shelter ads across the city.