Staff Writer. Frequently covers tech, business psychology, social media, startups and digital advertising.
Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
Welcome to the age of outrage, where backlash is swift and intent has little meaning.
Creativity can be elusive, but there are a few strategies for encouraging it to strike.
How Silicon Valley.
Facebook's COO shares what she's learned about mourning, grieving and human connection since her husband passed away 30 days ago.
The Silicon Valley recycling company that owns the center where the woman deposited the computer is searching for her in order to give her half the proceeds from its recent sale.
Our nation's advanced patent system is very different the one adopted in 1790.
Dave Morin, Path's founder and CEO, made the announcement via blog post.
Jony Ive, Apple's chief design officer, is the runner-up in a new ranking.
One transport designer believes he has a solution, but don't hold your breath. It's unlikely to be implemented anytime soon.
Meshly joins the ranks of startups that aim to be the Tinder of professional connections.
There was an overwhelming call to keep them in the classroom.
From puppy mills to beauty standards, the themes of these commercials provoked polarizing reactions.
One executive at Microsoft doesn't think so.
New York City schools partnered with tech companies to help students create solutions for problems affecting their communities.
Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak, Kate Winslet as engineer Joanna Hoffman and Jeff Daniels as John Sculley round out the cast.