Ray Hennessey is Editorial Director of Entrepreneur.com.
Crime may not pay, but the life of Great Train Robbery player Ronnie Biggs was a study in marketing, ingenuity and branding.
Uber can charge what it likes, and that has some people muttering that the car-service company is to blame for all our economic ills. Humbug.
A poll meant to show how few people know what Bitcoin is demonstrates just how widely Bitcoin is recognized.
Twitter sparked a firestorm when its changed its block-user features. Then, it did something few companies do nowadays.
Yes, cellphone use on planes would be annoying. But is that annoyance worth a whole new set of rules and regulations?
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. And he apparently is pretty good at getting people to feel good about a Canadian airline.
Rand Fishkin loves his company and has passion by the boatload. But he has come to hate his job.
Judging by the properties a currency needs to thrive, Bitcoin stacks up well against its rivals.
The roughly 500,000 people who have individual and small-group plans with Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey will have to seek different coverage.
Amid NSA snooping, the biggest American Internet companies are taking a list of demands to Washington.
Amid the justified praise of Nelson Mandela, it is proper time to question whether a pro-business approach could have created a greater South Africa.
Economic activity in the third quarter rose by a stunning 3.6 percent, but it's hardly the great news it seems -- particularly for business owners.
The Supreme Court will soon take on the thorny issue of whether companies should have the same right to religious expression that they have to free speech.
The controversy over genetic-testing company 23andMe begs the question: Is knowledge really that dangerous?
Recent comments from a congressman in New Jersey are an example of how some regulatory schemes are downright scary.