Laura Entis

Laura Entis

Staff Writer. Frequently covers tech, business psychology, social media, startups and digital advertising.
Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
How BentoBox Is Ending the Era of Badly Designed Restaurant Websites
Starting Up

How BentoBox Is Ending the Era of Badly Designed Restaurant Websites

The company, which has built a platform for restaurants to create and manage their websites, recently graduated from Techstars New York City and is in the process of raising its seed round.
Computers Are Probably Making Us Nearsighted
Technology

Computers Are Probably Making Us Nearsighted

A new study finds that myopia is increasing across Europe, with the problem nearly twice as common in those ages 25 and 29 when compared with the general population.
The 10 Highest- and Lowest-Paying College Majors
College

The 10 Highest- and Lowest-Paying College Majors

When it comes to life-long earnings, your college major matters. It does not, however, determine your destiny.
Why This Ad Agency Makes Every New Hire Climb Mount Fuji
Company Culture

Why This Ad Agency Makes Every New Hire Climb Mount Fuji

This company takes team building to a whole new level – literally.
While Subscription Services Are on Fire, Flash Sales Are Fizzling (Infographic)
Subscription Businesses

While Subscription Services Are on Fire, Flash Sales Are Fizzling (Infographic)

The trajectories of the two business models diverged sharply over the past couple years, although both continue to struggle with customer retention.
Why Google Is About to Get Even Better at Knowing Your Schedule
Acquisitions

Why Google Is About to Get Even Better at Knowing Your Schedule

The search giant's acquisition of Timeful is a play to make products such as Gmail, Calendar and Inbox more efficient at organizing and scheduling events.
The Robots Are Coming. Is Your Job Safe?
Creativity

The Robots Are Coming. Is Your Job Safe?

If you're a bartender, probably not, according to a new report.
This Well-Known Luggage Maker Wants to Make Your Bag Smart
Business Travel

This Well-Known Luggage Maker Wants to Make Your Bag Smart

Through a partnership with Samsung, Samsonite is developing a line of microchip-enabled bags that will track their own location and send updates to travelers via smartphone.
7 Key Insights From Top Business Leaders (Infographic)
Advice

7 Key Insights From Top Business Leaders (Infographic)

Advice on everything from how to build a social media following to the power of forgiveness.
ClassPass Tones Down Blog Post Encouraging 'Single Bros' to Pick Up Women at the Gym
Marketing

ClassPass Tones Down Blog Post Encouraging 'Single Bros' to Pick Up Women at the Gym

'Between the sweat, endorphins and the potential for less clothing than usual, the stage is set for us guys to make [our] move,' the original post read.
Want to Go on Shark Tank? Here's What You Need to Know.
Shark Tank

Want to Go on Shark Tank? Here's What You Need to Know.

A behind-the-scenes look at the Shark Tank process from two co-founders who pitched the Sharks and walked away with a deal.
Tamagotchi, the Digital Toy from the '90s, Arrives on Apple Watch
Nostalgia

Tamagotchi, the Digital Toy from the '90s, Arrives on Apple Watch

It's not quite the same, but it should bring you back.
How to Get a Deal on a Private Jet (Infographic)
Business Travel

How to Get a Deal on a Private Jet (Infographic)

Flying private may be more accessible than ever, but it still doesn't come cheap.
With More Than $3 Million in Annual Sales, Why ZinePak Decided to Go on 'Shark Tank'
Shark Tank

With More Than $3 Million in Annual Sales, Why ZinePak Decided to Go on 'Shark Tank'

For years, co-founders Brittany Hodak and Kim Kaupe shunned outside investment. But when they were approached by the show's producers, the timing was finally right.