Nina Zipkin

Nina Zipkin

Staff Reporter. Covers media, tech, startups, culture and workplace trends.

Nina Zipkin is a staff reporter at Entrepreneur.com. She frequently covers media, tech, startups, culture and workplace trends.

Now You Can Customize Your YouTube Channel URL
Growth Strategies

Now You Can Customize Your YouTube Channel URL

Starting this week, the video-sharing platform is allowing its creators to select a URL that better reflects their brand and content.
People Are Still Afraid to Shop Online. Here's What Businesses Can Do to Protect Them.
Security

People Are Still Afraid to Shop Online. Here's What Businesses Can Do to Protect Them.

The majority of consumers are concerned about safety when they purchase online, according to a recent study.
8 Slow and Steady Steps to Striking It Rich
Productivity

8 Slow and Steady Steps to Striking It Rich

Want to be a millionaire? Here's how to do it the right way.
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One Entrepreneur, Three Radically Different Companies: Here's How She Did It
If I Knew Then

One Entrepreneur, Three Radically Different Companies: Here's How She Did It

As the co-founder of Cisco and Urban Decay, Sandy Lerner has made an impact in the worlds of technology and cosmetics, and now she is working to change the country's food production infrastructure through organic and sustainable farming.
Now That Your Public Tweets Are Searchable, Here's How to Delete the Embarrassing Ones
Personal Branding

Now That Your Public Tweets Are Searchable, Here's How to Delete the Embarrassing Ones

While the Library of Congress is keeping the official record, Twitter users now have an easier way erasing their old, awkward tweets.
Move Over DNA, Your Wearable Data Could Soon Be Used in the Courtroom
Legal Center

Move Over DNA, Your Wearable Data Could Soon Be Used in the Courtroom

A Canadian personal injury case making use of a plaintiff's Fitbit data could set a global precedent.
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A Fitbit for Your Employees' Emotional Health? It's Already Happening.
Productivity

A Fitbit for Your Employees' Emotional Health? It's Already Happening.

The companies behind the program are hoping that, in the long run, Moodhacker can cut down on costs related to depression and increase workplace productivity.
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This Is How Millennials View Work (Infographic)
Millennials

This Is How Millennials View Work (Infographic)

A new survey explores how the increasingly influential generation sees their contributions to the working world.
FCC Chief in Tough Spot After Obama Takes Firm Stance on Net Neutrality
Legal Center

FCC Chief in Tough Spot After Obama Takes Firm Stance on Net Neutrality

The president's public stance on net neutrality seems to create more questions than answers.
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Microsoft Ditches Lync for New Skype for Business Suite
Messaging

Microsoft Ditches Lync for New Skype for Business Suite

By merging Skype with Lync, its enterprise-specific messaging system, Microsoft looks to be gaining on Facebook Messenger.
Obama Throws Support Behind Net Neutrality
Net Neutrality

Obama Throws Support Behind Net Neutrality

The president came out in favor of the protection of net neutrality with a statement laying out a proposal for the FCC.
Preparing for Black Friday? Check Out These Stats About Online Sales. (Infographic)
Ecommerce

Preparing for Black Friday? Check Out These Stats About Online Sales. (Infographic)

Online and mobile sales were booming last year.
Regret Swiping Left on Tinder? Soon You Can Pay to Undo It.
Legal Center

Regret Swiping Left on Tinder? Soon You Can Pay to Undo It.

The online dating service is planning to roll out a premium version of its app.
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Here's How to Get a Sneak Peek at the New Skype Translator
Communication strategies

Here's How to Get a Sneak Peek at the New Skype Translator

Microsoft just rolled out its new Skype translator, but it isn't available to just anyone.
Flying Solo? App Lets You Chat With Perfect Strangers on Flights
Business Travel

Flying Solo? App Lets You Chat With Perfect Strangers on Flights

Travel app Quicket is hoping its new social check-in feature will help passengers spark a bit more in-depth conversation than a simple 'hello' and 'what are you reading?'