Jason Fell

Jason Fell

Managing Editor

Jason Fell is the managing editor of Entrepreneur.com.

10 Tips for Mastering Twitter
Twitter

10 Tips for Mastering Twitter

Get the most out of your time and money on the microblogging network with these important pieces of advice.
EU Committee Calls 'Right to Be Forgotten' Ruling Unreasonable
Privacy concerns

EU Committee Calls 'Right to Be Forgotten' Ruling Unreasonable

Should search engines be accountable for the data some people might want removed from the Internet? Members of a European subcommittee don't think so.
Is Apple's App Store Broken?
Apple App Store

Is Apple's App Store Broken?

Marco Arment, Tumblr's founding lead developer, says the business of app development has become something different, and more difficult, than it was not too long ago.
Google Hangout: Kick Up Your Online Marketing With This Expert Advice
National Small Business Week

Google Hangout: Kick Up Your Online Marketing With This Expert Advice

Neil Patel shares some of his top SEO and content-marketing secrets.
This Traveling Robot Isn't Just a Pile of Junk on the Side of the Road
Far Out Tech

This Traveling Robot Isn't Just a Pile of Junk on the Side of the Road

No joke: A robot made of an old bucket, galoshes and a computer 'brain' is attempting to hitchhike across Canada.
Every Move You Make, Every Step You Take, This Startup Will Be Watching You
Privacy concerns

Every Move You Make, Every Step You Take, This Startup Will Be Watching You

Placemeter aims helps cities run more efficiently. But its tactics might creep you out.
Why Wearable Tech Isn't the Next Big Thing -- Yet
Wearable Tech

Why Wearable Tech Isn't the Next Big Thing -- Yet

Technology execs gather to discuss the challenges and opportunities of this growing industry.
Here Is Apple's Early 'iWatch' Patent Filing Sketch
Smartwatches

Here Is Apple's Early 'iWatch' Patent Filing Sketch

In this drawing, Apple's image for a smartwatch looks similar to other devices that are already out.
Traveling Coach on U.S. Flights Has Become a Serious Pain
Business Travel

Traveling Coach on U.S. Flights Has Become a Serious Pain

Turns out, America's airline companies have the world's most uncomfortable seats. Yay.
Big-Name Startups Land on Most-Doomed Brands List
Going out of business

Big-Name Startups Land on Most-Doomed Brands List

Some of the companies that are expected to falter next year are headed by entrepreneurs you're very familiar with.
Weird Al's 'Word Crimes' Could Actually Make You a Better Communicator
Writing

Weird Al's 'Word Crimes' Could Actually Make You a Better Communicator

The curly-haired songwriter's parody of 'Blurred Lines' provides some important grammar tips.
Say Hello to the Robotic Personal Assistant of Your Dreams
Far Out Tech

Say Hello to the Robotic Personal Assistant of Your Dreams

Born from MIT's Media Lab, 'Jibo' can take photos, remind you of important dates and events and, more importantly, interact with you and learn about you.
When Designing a Logo, First Comes Personality, Then Color
Logos

When Designing a Logo, First Comes Personality, Then Color

In this video, marketing strategist Gregory Ciotti explains 'perceived appropriateness' and why it's crucial to great logo design.
This Business Has Been Fiercely Independent Since 1776
Independence Day

This Business Has Been Fiercely Independent Since 1776

The owners of Connecticut's Griswold Inn explain why staying family-owned is their plan for business -- for the next 100 years.
The Essence of Genius Is Simplification
Time Management

The Essence of Genius Is Simplification

In this video, author Perry Marshall discusses the 80/20 rule to time management.