Ray Hennessey is editorial director of Entrepreneur.com.
The more we try not to offend in marketing, the more people we encounter who find offense to everything.
Facebook's hiring numbers are squishy, but the company continues to serve as a great example of how entrepreneurship can help the world.
An entrepreneur squandered an opportunity most innovators only dream about. This is unforgivable.
Paramount has pulled the plug on theaters' answer to 'The Interview' fiasco.
After Sony's 'The Interview' is cancelled, a theater finds a creative marketing hook to fight back.
The lamentations of how McDonald's will somehow hurt Cuba are misplaced. You should be cheering on the Golden Arches.
Techstars, AlleyNYC and Entrepreneur are working together on a bi-monthly pitch night.
The Korean Air Lines fiasco shows that family businesses have their own challenges and offers lessons in personal responsibility.
Steve Wozniak shatters the myth of Apple as a garage company. Not that it matters much.
I wanted to test whether team-building exercises are really good management and morale tools. Here's what I found.
Gallup's spending survey seems to put coal in the stockings of retailers.
A Gallup survey raised the question of how important emotional support is during the college years.
A college president says economic models don't apply to college tuition. That theory wouldn't pass Econ 101.
The criticism of Sir Richard Branson's role in the SpaceShipTwo crash is a knock on entrepreneurship itself.
Tim Cook, in acknowledging his homosexuality, perpetuated a politically charged myth about gays in the workplace.