Jennifer Wang is a staff writer at Entrepreneur magazine in Southern California.
30 Recent Stories
This Los Angeles-based company helps fans connect with bands and brands using quick-response codes. Plus, a look at other game-changers in the social-media space.
This online community tells your network what to wear. Plus, a look at more ground-breakers in social commerce.
Compensation and Benefits
This Santa Monica, Calif.-based service boosts benefits for strapped startups. Plus, a look at game changers in the startup business-to-business space.
The business guru shares his views on how to be really winning.
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard is using music, fish and--of course--clothing to fuel environmental causes.
Apps & Software
Forget buying CDs or even downloading MP3s. With Rdio's streaming service, music moves from a purchase decision to a social experience.
Marlo Scott transcended the whole sticky-sweet cupcake trend with a genius concept--serve them with booze!
Forget recycling. Reusing materials discarded in the manufacturing process is a growing force behind a fresh new industry.
Next time you hit the road on business, skip the hotel and check into an igloo or castle instead.
For the lucky entrepreneurs in bright sunny Austin this week, here are a few musts to fill out your itinerary.
Skweal takes complaints out of the public forum, giving businesses a chance to make good
A business matchmaker on how to size up a company for sale.
Paul Graham spills: Why some companies get his cash and others don't
Who doesn't like a good mystery? Three entrepreneurs deliver the unexpected.
Describes the swelling ranks of ex-Google employees headed for younger, nimbler startups--or starting companies of their own.
A marketing expert turns her skills to the dating scene with a website that advises love-seekers on how to impress.
A word to describe brain pain.
How Angelo Sotira turned 14 million independent artists into a groundbreaking social network.
Google's recruiter on how to build a superstar team.
Hara founder Amit Chatterjee brings a software angle to the green scene.
Start by asking, 'what are the pain points in my life, and what can I fix in my customers' lives?'
Skateboard icon Tony Hawk carves out some time to talk Twitter, Shred and his new business book.
If only it were that easy. Here's how to nab the right one and get the most out of the relationship.
Comedian and marketer Kevin Nalty analyzes the success of the Cebu Pacific Airlines video gone viral.
Two Silicon Valley entrepreneurs give kombucha a champagne-colored makeover.
Meet Entrepreneur(R) Magazine's Entrepreneur of 2010 award winners.
When something looks good on a tiny smartphone screen but hideous in real life.
Recessions come and go, but that shouldn't stop you from hiring or expanding.
Dexterous individuals who text better (and faster) than they talk.