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Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
The practice of mainlining shows is becoming increasingly acceptable, although it's still an activity that incites complicated emotions, a new study suggests.
A sleep researcher took to Reddit to answer some questions and dispel some common misconceptions.
When a peer-to-peer startup is forced to classify workers as employees, not contractors, what are the implications? Attorney Jaia Thomas explains.
The U.K.'s National Health Service plans to begin early phase clinical trials in two years.
Kegan Schouwenburg, founder of 3-D printed insole maker SOLS, believes customization will become a core offering at both high- and low-end retailers.
Anthony Casalena started the website builder in his dorm room in 2003. Eleven years and hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue later, he's still running the company.
Isabel Sheinman, director of business development at Library for All, shares strategies for success on the crowdfunding platform.
It's also overhauling its mobile messaging system.
The FCC is charging AT&T with not properly informing customers that it would slow data speeds on unlimited plans if data caps were exceeded.
The overhaul is basically Yo with frills.
If your destination will likely be closed by the time you arrive, you'll get a notification telling you as much.
Library for All has built a 1,700-plus book library for students in Haiti and the Democratic Republic of the Congo that exists in the cloud.
Kegan Schouwenburg, co-founder and CEO of SOLS, discusses the applications of 3-D printing beyond its novelty factor.
A British security firm claims that emoji passwords are easier to remember and more secure than traditional PIN numbers.