Kim Lachance Shandrow

Kim Lachance Shandrow

Senior Writer. Frequently covers cryptocurrency, future tech, social media, startups, gadgets and apps.

Kim Lachance Shandrow is a senior writer at Entrepreneur.com. 

Journalists Allegedly Trespass at Tesla's Gigafactory Site; One Reportedly Slams Jeep Into Security Guard
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Journalists Allegedly Trespass at Tesla's Gigafactory Site; One Reportedly Slams Jeep Into Security Guard

Tesla says the reportedly violent breach left one employee wounded.
It's Official: Pictures of Totally Naked Women Will No Longer Appear in Playboy
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It's Official: Pictures of Totally Naked Women Will No Longer Appear in Playboy

People won't be lying when they say 'I read it for the articles,' if they read it at all.
How This Visionary Entrepreneur Is Shattering Old-School Barriers to Education
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How This Visionary Entrepreneur Is Shattering Old-School Barriers to Education

We chat with Skillshare co-founder and poker champ Michael Karnjanaprakorn about how his startup is redefining how we learn and what the student of tomorrow craves.
5 Types of Toxic Employees and How to Deal With Them (Infographic)
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5 Types of Toxic Employees and How to Deal With Them (Infographic)

When it comes to the troublemakers in your organization you have two choices: cut them out or rein them in. Here's how to do the latter, like a boss.
Ladies: This 'Smart' Menstrual Product Texts You From Down There
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Ladies: This 'Smart' Menstrual Product Texts You From Down There

Loon Labs's Looncup, crushing it on Kickstarter now, takes the fear of accidents out of your monthly cycle.
A New Dating App for Divorcees Aims to Make the Second (or Third or Fourth) Time Around Smoother
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A New Dating App for Divorcees Aims to Make the Second (or Third or Fourth) Time Around Smoother

Dating is complicated, especially after a divorce. Vikki Ziegler, star of Bravo's 'Untying the Knot,' says her iOS app helps divorcees 'remember that feeling again,' without the all the drama.
Forget a 'Dislike' Button. Facebook Is Testing Cute Emoji 'Reactions' Instead.
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Forget a 'Dislike' Button. Facebook Is Testing Cute Emoji 'Reactions' Instead.

'Like' doesn't always cut it. We need all the feels.
You Can Now Draw On Your Facebook Photos. Here's How.
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You Can Now Draw On Your Facebook Photos. Here's How.

A little Doodle will do ya good.
Airbus Files Patent That Shows Airplane Passengers Stacked On Top of Each Other
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Airbus Files Patent That Shows Airplane Passengers Stacked On Top of Each Other

Because people aren't already crammed into planes like sardines.
How Duolingo Mastered the Fickle Language of Startup Success
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How Duolingo Mastered the Fickle Language of Startup Success

Luis Von Ahn, co-founder of the popular free language-learning app, opens up about his passion project's past, present and future.
Say Hello to the Surface Book, Microsoft's Answer to Apple's MacBook (VIDEO)
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Say Hello to the Surface Book, Microsoft's Answer to Apple's MacBook (VIDEO)

The sleek, super-slim laptop doubles as a tablet and works with touch, a 'pen' stylus or a mouse.
Upping Its Small Business Game, Google Expands Domain Registration Offering
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Upping Its Small Business Game, Google Expands Domain Registration Offering

The search giant is rolling out custom email addresses and dozens more domain name endings to help SMBs amplify their branding online.
Following Death Threats, Peeple Founder Says She Was Wrong to Position App as 'Yelp for People'
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Following Death Threats, Peeple Founder Says She Was Wrong to Position App as 'Yelp for People'

So what if people hate Peeple? Julia Cordray is launching it anyway.
15 Million T-Mobile Customers' and Applicants' Personal Data Exposed in Epic Experian Hack
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15 Million T-Mobile Customers' and Applicants' Personal Data Exposed in Epic Experian Hack

Victims' home addresses, birth dates and Social Security numbers could now be up for grabs on the black market.
This Creepy, Yelp-Like App Lets You Rate People Like Restaurants
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This Creepy, Yelp-Like App Lets You Rate People Like Restaurants

Imagine if Tinder, Facebook and LinkedIn had a snarky stalker baby and, yuck, you're there.