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Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
It's called Bumble, and it's being marketed as Tinder minus the creep factor.
Less than a year and a half ago, the ecommerce company raised $150 million at a $1 billion valuation. Today, the company is reportedly on the block for $15 million.
The patents were granted in the 1990s.
AudioMaster becomes the latest addition to the celebrity's long list of business ventures.
As more people are switching to electronic cigarettes, the word vape hit its peak in 2014.
It's called zooming, and it's all about approaching problems from new angles.
The ridesharing service and the music-streaming service, which have each helped disrupt their respective industries, have formed an interesting partnership.
Instead of being banned at work, the company reportedly wants its platform to be embraced as a productivity tool.
A standing desk, a customized mattress and a smart scale. Can replacing daily objects allow us to lead healthier, more productive lives?
He also concedes that a dispute over office space with the company's board was a factor.
Your scribbles can act like a crutch, providing an excuse to stop paying attention because, hey, you're writing it down...
By invitation-only, startup The League positions itself as a dating network for 'high quality' professionals looking for ambitious partners.