Staff Writer. Frequently covers tech, business psychology, social media, startups and digital advertising.
Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
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Before her SXSW panel on invisible payments today, we talked to co-founder and CEO Payal Kadakia about how simplifying customers' decisions changed her company.
Failure hurts, but it often provides an invaluable learning opportunity.
Founded by brothers Leo and Oliver Kremer in 2009, Dos Toros just opened its seventh location in New York City and is on the brink of a ferocious growing spree.
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It all comes back to this one ability.
Fab CEO and co-founder Jason Goldberg will no longer be involved with the company.
SOLS co-founder Kegan Schouwenburg offers a look into how the 3-D printed insole maker is expanding.
Although sadly, the furniture won't charge iPhones.
Failing to do so will result in a cold shoulder from Google.
It's an incredibly important and extremely specific role.
The social-media platform has made it easier for users to reach out to their connections whose activity on Facebook indicates they are at risk for self-harm or suicide.
The search giant retires its annual hackathon, replaces it with an around-the-clock program that allows hackers to submit (and get paid for) finding bugs anytime, from anywhere.