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.
Uber Launches a New Carpooling Service in China
Uber

Uber Launches a New Carpooling Service in China

The service allows drivers to pick up passengers on their way to and from work.
Bagel-Machine Inventor Daniel Thompson Dies at 94
Inventions

Bagel-Machine Inventor Daniel Thompson Dies at 94

A serial inventor, Thompson both popularized and transformed the bagel.
The Story Behind Brooklyn Brewery's Iconic Label
Logos

The Story Behind Brooklyn Brewery's Iconic Label

'It boiled down all the images I had in my head, and expressed them in an elegant, simple way. I think that's what great design does.'
Google Changed Glass's Name to a Migraine Symptom
Google Glass

Google Changed Glass's Name to a Migraine Symptom

It's now reportedly called Project Aura.
Lyft Announces Partnership With China's Largest Ridesharing Company
Partnerships

Lyft Announces Partnership With China's Largest Ridesharing Company

Two of Uber's biggest competitors just teamed up.
With an Empathy Button, Facebook Will Be Even More Valuable to Advertisers
Advertising

With an Empathy Button, Facebook Will Be Even More Valuable to Advertisers

It will add to the vast trove of information the social network already knows about us, giving the company greater insight into what makes us tick.
The Habits of Super Successful Sleepers (Infographic)
Control What You Can

The Habits of Super Successful Sleepers (Infographic)

Making a few minor changes to your daily routine could have a big impact on your quality of sleep.
Why We Hate Logo Redesigns
Logos

Why We Hate Logo Redesigns

Change is never easy.
Uber CEO Tells Stephen Colbert He's an Uber Driver, Says Driverless Cars Are the Future (VIDEO)
Uber

Uber CEO Tells Stephen Colbert He's an Uber Driver, Says Driverless Cars Are the Future (VIDEO)

Travis Kalanick made an appearance Thursday night on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.'
Lululemon Disappoints Wall Street, But Shows Signs of Recovery
Earnings Reports

Lululemon Disappoints Wall Street, But Shows Signs of Recovery

A tumultuous two years gives ways to signs new products, strategy are working for the yoga-clothes icon.
Music as Medicine? The Sexy Idea with a Non-Sexy Timeline.
Innovation

Music as Medicine? The Sexy Idea with a Non-Sexy Timeline.

The Sync Project wants to use songs to improve your health. But first it has to come to market.
Google Is Getting Into the Grocery Delivery Game
Small Business - Big Impact

Google Is Getting Into the Grocery Delivery Game

The search-giant is entering a crowded field that already includes Amazon, Instacart and FreshDirect.
SAT Scores Fall to Lowest Level in 10 Years
Education

SAT Scores Fall to Lowest Level in 10 Years

The average score for the test was a 1490 out of a maximum 2400.
Meet Cups, the ClassPass of Coffee Shops
Business Model

Meet Cups, the ClassPass of Coffee Shops

Unlimited coffee for a monthly fee sounds great to customers' ears, but will the service benefit independent businesses in the long run?