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Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
NYC's JFK Airport Is Building a New Luxury Terminal Exclusively for Animals
It's called 'the ARK.'
This Is How Instacart Is Reclassifying Contract Workers as Part-Time Employees
The on-demand grocery delivery company expects three-fourths of eligible workers to make the transition.
Cleaning Startup Homejoy Shuts Down, Blames Worker Classification Lawsuits
The multiple worker classification lawsuits filed against the company were the 'deciding factor.'
Despite Obstacles, Tough Mudder Looks to Win Over Corporate America
The obstacle course business is highlighting its corporate package offerings and bulking up its strategy to increase its presence in the team-building market.
Reddit Lays Out New Harassment Policies
Freshly reappointed CEO Steve Huffman took to AMA to answer users' questions.
Why Google's New Beacon Platform Is a Threat to Apple's iBeacon
While Apple's Bluetooth technology only works with iPhones, Google's Eddystone works with iOS and Android operating systems.
Ellen Pao's Tenure at Reddit May Be Over, But the Drama Isn't
Major players continue to very publicly stir the pot.
Match Now Owns Pretty Much Every Dating Website
The IAC-owned group that operates Match, Tinder and OKCupid has just bought PlentyOfFish for $575 million.
The Founders of These 6 Startups Just Won a Trip to Hang With Richard Branson on His Private Island
The winners of Shopify's Build a Business contest will also be joined by Shark Tank's Daymond John, Seth Godin and Tim Ferris.
Life Without Smartphones Is Hard to Imagine, According to Nearly Half of U.S. Smartphone Users
A recent Gallup poll provides insight into the sneaky, vital and constant ways the devices have come to shape the way we live.
Conceived Online, Birchbox Embraces the Beauty of Brick and Mortar
With dreams of becoming the next Sephora, the online subscription beauty service is expanding its physical footprint.
Have an Invention? Here's How to Make It Into an Actual Product. (Infographic)
As the creator of a new product, you need to know the costs so you can weigh the risks and the rewards.
What China's Stock Market Troubles Mean for U.S. Entrepreneurs
The situation could have major implications for American companies that manufacture in the world's second-largest economy.
5 Facts About Evan Spiegel, Snapchat's Often Controversial Co-Founder
Insights into the life and style of the ephemeral messaging app's controversial co-founder and CEO.
Reddit CEO Ellen Pao Issues an Apology for the Direction of the Site
'We screwed up.'
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