Nina Zipkin

Nina Zipkin

Editorial Assistant

Nina Zipkin is an editorial assistant at Entrepreneur.com.

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Tesla Motors Patents Now Available To Anyone
Technology

Tesla Motors Patents Now Available To Anyone

Elon Musk said the company is opening up its patents to competitors in 'the spirit of the open source movement.'
James Dyson: 'Never Be Afraid to Fail'
Technology

James Dyson: 'Never Be Afraid to Fail'

James Dyson isn't just about vacuums. The inventor is also a pioneer in wearable gadgets and green technology. Through his experiences, the entrepreneur learned the one person he needed to believe in
Facebook Lets Users Determine the Ads They Want to See
Technology

Facebook Lets Users Determine the Ads They Want to See

The social giant is letting users modify their ad profiles while also gaining more information about them.
This Company Wants You to Wear Your SIM Card
Technology

This Company Wants You to Wear Your SIM Card

Japanese mobile-carrier DOCOMO unveils its Portable SIM prototype, a wireless-technology device that could make waves in the world of wearables.
Google's Next Move: Music Streaming?
Grow Your Business

Google's Next Move: Music Streaming?

The digital giant is rumored to be purchasing streaming and music curation site Songza.
Company Vet David Abney Is New UPS CEO
Business News

Company Vet David Abney Is New UPS CEO

The current CEO Scott Davis will retire to become a non-executive chairman.
How to Design a Powerful Logo
Grow Your Business

How to Design a Powerful Logo

Take these steps to craft a singular logo that reflects your company's vision.
Eliminate These 10 Words From Your Writing
The 'Treps

Eliminate These 10 Words From Your Writing

Remove the clutter and write with substance by dropping these words from your vocabulary.
Ever Wish You Could Decipher Social-Media Snark?  So Does the Secret Service.
Social Media

Ever Wish You Could Decipher Social-Media Snark? So Does the Secret Service.

The Secret Service is looking for new social-media monitoring tools, to among other things, help determine sarcasm.
Questions All Social-Media Marketers Must Ask
Social Media

Questions All Social-Media Marketers Must Ask

How to make a comprehensive social marketing plan.
WATCH: Comedian John Oliver Takes On FCC in Witty Net Neutrality Rant
Business News

WATCH: Comedian John Oliver Takes On FCC in Witty Net Neutrality Rant

The HBO host says of the agency's net neutrality proposals, 'if you want to do something evil, put it inside something boring.'
The One Habit That Can Make or Break Your Success
Starting a Business

The One Habit That Can Make or Break Your Success

Why simply being on time can help you have it all.
Don't Be That Boss: Sayings You Should Never Let Slip
Leadership

Don't Be That Boss: Sayings You Should Never Let Slip

A workplace's success all comes down to communication, so be sure to avoid saying these things to your employees.
This One Strategy Will Keep You on the Path to Success
The 'Treps

This One Strategy Will Keep You on the Path to Success

Single-mindedly working toward one big goal can actually be counterproductive to your long-term success. Think about systems instead.
Was Apple's Beats Acquisition Smart or Desperate?
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Was Apple's Beats Acquisition Smart or Desperate?

The tech giant has always been known for its innovation, but its latest move is leading some to question whether it's losing its edge.
Productive Ways to Jumpstart Your Day
Lifestyle

Productive Ways to Jumpstart Your Day

Cut out daily distractions all day long with these early-morning strategies.
How to Write a Great Mission Statement
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How to Write a Great Mission Statement

Your mission statement can be as important to your success as your business plan.
How This Wildly Popular Web Series Made It Big
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How This Wildly Popular Web Series Made It Big

The creators of 'Submissions Only,' a comedy web series that airs on BroadwayWorld.com, have struck a sweet spot with audiences well beyond the theater world.
WATCH: Kids React to Old Computers With Wonder and Confusion
Technology

WATCH: Kids React to Old Computers With Wonder and Confusion

But seriously, how do you turn this thing on?
Why You Need a Marketing Plan
Starting a Business

Why You Need a Marketing Plan

With your growth strategy in mind, a marketing plan can help your mission.
Just How Long Has 'Selfie' Been Around, Anyway?
Social Media

Just How Long Has 'Selfie' Been Around, Anyway?

The Merriam-Webster dictionary has added 150 new words, many of which have been around for a surprisingly long time.
What These Influential Leaders Want to Tell Today's 22-Year-Olds
The 'Treps

What These Influential Leaders Want to Tell Today's 22-Year-Olds

Richard Branson, Deepak Chopra and other LinkedIn Influencers look back at themselves at 22 to offer advice to this year's group of college graduates.
New FCC Program Lets You Text 911 in an Emergency
Technology

New FCC Program Lets You Text 911 in an Emergency

Though not yet nationally available, text-to-911 could change how we ask for help.
TOMS Founder: 'Focus on Your Passion. Nothing Else Matters.'
The 'Treps

TOMS Founder: 'Focus on Your Passion. Nothing Else Matters.'

After failing at launching a cable network, Blake Mycoskie found his passion in social entrepreneurship. Here is how he turned TOMS into a global force for good.
Like Airbnb, Birchbox Jumps to TV with First Commercial
Grow Your Business

Like Airbnb, Birchbox Jumps to TV with First Commercial

Digitally-minded startups are taking to TV to raise their profiles and reach new users.
This Crazy, High-Tech Billboard Does More Than Just Display Ads
Technology

This Crazy, High-Tech Billboard Does More Than Just Display Ads

Get this: An innovative billboard from a university in Peru cleans the air around it. Yup.
Someone New Wants to Chat With You: Your Refrigerator
Technology

Someone New Wants to Chat With You: Your Refrigerator

Customers in South Korea can now purchase LG's smart fridges, ovens and washing machines equipped with a social messaging system called HomeChat.
NSA's Cryptic Tweet Was Actually a Recruiting Tool
Social Media

NSA's Cryptic Tweet Was Actually a Recruiting Tool

The surveillance agency tweeted out a scrambled message on Monday meant to draw in would-be code breakers.
Amazon's New Twitter Hashtag Puts Items in Your Shopping Cart
The 'Treps

Amazon's New Twitter Hashtag Puts Items in Your Shopping Cart

With #AmazonCart, you can now add items to your Amazon shopping basket without leaving Twitter.
Foursquare Doesn't Want to Be Just 'That Check-In App' Anymore
Social Media

Foursquare Doesn't Want to Be Just 'That Check-In App' Anymore

Looking to take on sites like Yelp and Facebook, the location-based social networking service is revamping its old app and adding a new app called Swarm.

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