Jennifer Wang is a staff writer at Entrepreneur magazine in Southern California.
30 Recent Stories
Get inside the mind's of the business and investment experts at the heart of ABC's powerhouse entrepreneurship show Shark Tank, as they dish on what it takes to make it in the world of business.
From cat cartoons to lip balm for couples, the sharks look back that some of their best (and worst) investments.
Hybrid, electric and clean-diesel models have finally taken hold of the U.S. auto market. But what does that mean for your bottom line? We examine the costs and benefits of alternative-fuel vehicles.
Hybrid, electric and clean-diesel models have taken hold of the U. S. auto market. But what does that mean for your bottom line? These 'treps tell us why they have gone green.
Libboo.com aims to improve the quality of self-published books and create a community of authors and readers.
Two friends create quirky portable speakers inspired by a takeout box.
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Development firm inMarket shares the secrets to building a successful app.
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There are several ways to get your app published on iTunes, here's what you need to know.
High-tech political junkies are finding new ways to reach voters.
Tech companies are taking the tedium out of training. Here are a few of our favorite digital fitness options.
How the device manufacturer is building a following by enhancing users' workouts through gaming and community-building.
Mobi Munch aims to streamline the mobile food industry with a turnkey platform that standardizes every part of the operation.
The startup's technology is reinventing the digital camera and carving its own competitive niche.
The innovative platform brings streaming HD video to surveillance.
We put Facebook's founder under the microscope to dissect his ongoing drive to compete--even though the results can be a total fiasco.
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The Band of the Day daily music-discovery magazine app lets musicians be seen and heard.
The boot-strapped production company finds its niche in wild spectacles.
Startup offers a turnkey platform to add new geolocation functionality to apps and mobile devices.
The Menlo Park, Calif.-based company is using technology to help healthcare providers create more appealing questionnaires.
A small-business consultant finds success online by embracing her website's limits and tweaking her message.
The Roxy Theatre on Hollywood's Sunset Strip was on its way down when Nic Adler took over and restored it to prominence in the North American music scene.
BlogFrog is capitalizing on the massive influence of mom bloggers with its brand-sponsored conversations and communities. The network's agency clients and star writers are also reaping rewards. But as
These entrepreneurs tapped into a lucrative market -- and so can you.
A chain rebrands with a local focus, a surf theme and a celebrity endorsement.
The owner of a skincare line wises up to a basic tenet of packaging and watches online sales take off.
When it comes to launching a business, should you trust your gut or employ a more analytic approach? Professor Steve Blank and behavioral economist Kay-Yut Chen square off.
The trailblazing entrepreneur followed up a disastrous collaboration by launching a new company, a showcase for innovative racing bikes. But can it get the funding it needs?
A good showing at Austin's South by Southwest Interactive festival can carry you down the path to startup glory. Here's a last-minute checklist.
From viral campaigns to virus campaigns, we pick the 10 marketing initiatives in 2011 that hit on that winning combination of great idea, perfect timing and flawless execution.
Biographies, product histories and compelling anecdotes can lend a personal touch to any brand--and this resonates with consumers. Here's how to tell your tale.