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.
Facebook Is Rolling Out a 'Call-to-Action' Feature for Businesses
Call to Action

Facebook Is Rolling Out a 'Call-to-Action' Feature for Businesses

With one click, users can make a reservation, visit a website, or shop online among other options.
Massive Layoffs Are Reportedly Brewing at eBay Ahead of PayPal Spinoff
Layoffs

Massive Layoffs Are Reportedly Brewing at eBay Ahead of PayPal Spinoff

Plans are in the works to shed as much as 10 percent of eBay's workforce.
Hinge, the Less Random Tinder, Raises $12 Million
Online Dating

Hinge, the Less Random Tinder, Raises $12 Million

While Tinder is 'a game to play with,' Hinge is 'a tool to meet people,' says CEO Justin McLeod.
Uber and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Month
Uber

Uber and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Month

San Francisco and Los Angeles are suing the ridesharing service, the latest events in what's shaping up to be a trying time for the company
5 High-Powered Animal Celebrities Who Earn More Than You Do
Celebrities

5 High-Powered Animal Celebrities Who Earn More Than You Do

In the wake of swirling reports about Grumpy Cat's enormous earnings, we thought we'd check in on a few other animal celebrities who have managed to not just cultivate an Internet following, but cash in on it.
The Top 10 Companies to Work For in 2015
Company Culture

The Top 10 Companies to Work For in 2015

A positive work environment, intelligent co-workers and great benefits make these 10 companies the most exciting places to work for in 2015, as rated by the employees themselves.
Want More Productive Meetings? Try Getting Rid of the Chairs.
Meetings

Want More Productive Meetings? Try Getting Rid of the Chairs.

Getting up and moving away from the conference table can increase collaboration and performance, a new study finds.
For Older Graduates, Going to College Still Pays
College Graduates

For Older Graduates, Going to College Still Pays

A new Gallup poll finds that waiting to earn a degree until age 25 or older does not hamper a graduate's subsequent income.
Google Says R.I.P. to CAPTCHA (Sort Of)
Security

Google Says R.I.P. to CAPTCHA (Sort Of)

Instead of struggling to decipher a distorted series of characters, you'll now be asked to tick a box that reads 'I'm not a robot.'
3 Ways to Use a Rivalry to Increase Your Business Performance
Competition

3 Ways to Use a Rivalry to Increase Your Business Performance

Unlike competition, rivalry is personal, and it can either have a profoundly positive or negative impact on overall performance.
Cyber Monday Set a Record as the Biggest Online Sales Day in the U.S.
Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday Set a Record as the Biggest Online Sales Day in the U.S.

Despite dismal forecasts, ecommerce sales on the Monday after Thanksgiving topped $2 billion.
Indiegogo Tests Offering Optional Insurance to Protect Against Dubious Campaigns
IndieGoGo

Indiegogo Tests Offering Optional Insurance to Protect Against Dubious Campaigns

In the pilot program backers can pay a small fee in exchange for a guaranteed refund if the product fails to arrive within three months of its estimated delivery date.
Girl Scout Cookie Sales Are Now Clickable
Young Entrepreneurs

Girl Scout Cookie Sales Are Now Clickable

Troops will soon be able to hone their entrepreneurial skills on the Internet.
OK, Explorers: A New Version of Google Glass Is Coming Next Year
Google Glass

OK, Explorers: A New Version of Google Glass Is Coming Next Year

Google's wearable face computer isn't dead yet.
If You Want Happy Customers, Do These 5 Things (Infographic)
Customers

If You Want Happy Customers, Do These 5 Things (Infographic)

It's not that hard to make holiday shoppers happy -- and the payoff can be huge.