Lauren Covello

Lauren Covello

Deputy Editor

Lauren Covello is deputy editor of Entrepreneur.com.

17 Recent Stories

How Introverts Can Power Through Networking Events
Leadership

How Introverts Can Power Through Networking Events

Having to navigate a room full of people can be daunting. Here's some advice to help you through it.
The Magic Word That Can Boost Your Business and Your Health
The 'Treps

The Magic Word That Can Boost Your Business and Your Health

Too many of us wear ourselves down in the name of never missing an opportunity. We need to stop.
One Way to Calm Down Before a Presentation
Leadership

One Way to Calm Down Before a Presentation

There's no universal strategy for getting rid of public-speaking jitters, but this simple piece of advice may help.
When Giving a Presentation, Never Do This
Leadership

When Giving a Presentation, Never Do This

It may be tempting to tell your audience that you're not as prepared as you would like or that you just got over being sick. Here's why you shouldn't.
For Better Conversations, Replace 'How Are You?' With This One Phrase
Leadership

For Better Conversations, Replace 'How Are You?' With This One Phrase

If you want to connect with people, you have to let them know you're listening. Here's how.
Is It That Important to Be Nice?
Leadership

Is It That Important to Be Nice?

Steve Jobs and Martha Stewart aren't known for being 'warm and fuzzy' but they've managed to build empires. So how important is being liked, really?
Apple Confirms $3 Billion Deal for Beats, Its Largest Acquisition Yet
Business News

Apple Confirms $3 Billion Deal for Beats, Its Largest Acquisition Yet

Beats Electronics celebrity co-founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine will join the tech giant's ranks.
How to Be a Better, Stronger, More Engaging and Respected Leader
Leadership

How to Be a Better, Stronger, More Engaging and Respected Leader

Technical skills are important, but they're only a fraction of what makes someone a great leader. Here are some practical ways to improve the skills that really count.
Entrepreneur of 2013 Winner: I Always Ask 'What Would Steve Jobs Do?'
The 'Treps

Entrepreneur of 2013 Winner: I Always Ask 'What Would Steve Jobs Do?'

Patrick O'Neill held himself to a high standard when developing the olloclip, a mobile photo lens that has become a multimillion-dollar business.
Hear That? Apple May Buy Beats Electronics in $3.2 Billion Mega Deal.
Technology

Hear That? Apple May Buy Beats Electronics in $3.2 Billion Mega Deal.

Looking to amplify its 'cool' factor, Apple is reportedly in talks to buy the premium headphone maker.
Judge Says NSA Phone Surveillance Is Constitutional
Security

Judge Says NSA Phone Surveillance Is Constitutional

Just 11 days after a federal judge in Washington said the NSA's phone-data collection program is 'almost certainly' unconstitutional, a federal judge in New York said the program is legal.
Supreme Court Rejects Amazon's Case in Sales Tax Fight
Retail Center

Supreme Court Rejects Amazon's Case in Sales Tax Fight

E-commerce giants Amazon and Overstock were hoping to overturn a law requiring them to charge sales tax in New York state.
Fab Cuts 20 Percent of Staff in Fresh Round of Layoffs
News and Trends

Fab Cuts 20 Percent of Staff in Fresh Round of Layoffs

Fab CEO Jason Goldberg says the company made the 'tough but correct' decision to axe nearly a fifth of its global staff as the company strives for profitability.
California Gives Kids a Way to Erase Their Scandalous Social-Media Posts. Sort Of.
Social Media

California Gives Kids a Way to Erase Their Scandalous Social-Media Posts. Sort Of.

A new law gives people under the age of 18 an 'eraser button' to delete embarrassing, crude or cruel online posts that could follow them into adulthood and employment.
Friday the 13th and Other Unlucky Numbers From Around the World (Infographic)
Business Travel

Friday the 13th and Other Unlucky Numbers From Around the World (Infographic)

If you do business globally, here's a look at several numeric superstitions you might want to avoid.
Is Burning Man the Next Frontier of Networking?
Networking

Is Burning Man the Next Frontier of Networking?

It used to be that going to Burning Man meant packing tents and backpacks. Now, it might mean packing business cards.
6 Business Moguls With Seriously Expensive Side Projects
Lifestyle

6 Business Moguls With Seriously Expensive Side Projects

From newspapers to mega yachts, here's a look at what entrepreneurs like Jeff Bezos and Paul Allen spend their millions on.

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