Amanda Breen

Amanda Breen

Entrepreneur Staff
Features Writer

Amanda Breen is a features writer at Entrepreneur.com. She is a graduate of Barnard College and recently completed the MFA in writing at Columbia University, where she was a news fellow for the School of the Arts during the 2020-2021 academic year. 

Follow Amanda Breen on Social

Latest

Is a Housing Market Correction Finally Underway?

Experts are saying the market is still "a bit rough right now," and may get worse before it gets better.

Entrepreneurship Means Generational Independence. These Leaders of a 115-Year-Old Family Business Are Honoring the Past and Building for the Future.

Joyva's third- and fourth-generation leaders Richard Radutzky and Sandy Wiener know that respect, customer service and innovation go a long way towards growth -- and they're using that to pave the way for the brand's exciting future.

How to Avoid Sneaky, Hidden Travel Fees This July 4 Weekend

When booking flights and hotel stays, hidden fees can add up quickly (and quietly). Here's how to avoid them.

Party's Over! Airbnb Is Making a Pandemic Policy Permanent

The short-term rental platform is banning parties in an effort to better meet the needs of its hosts and communities.

Triple Pay and Better Benefits: How Airlines Are Curbing Summer Travel Turmoil

With pilots in high demand, major airlines are bumping up salaries and working on new contracts.

Major Retailers Are Considering Dramatic Return-Policy Changes

Target and Walmart may be on an Amazon-like path when it comes to returns.

This 22-Year-Old Is Now the Most Popular TikToker in the World

He lost his job as a factory worker in the early days of the pandemic before establishing himself on the platform.

Is Anyone Using Twitter's Downvote Button? Learn About It and the Platform's Other Game-Changing New Features

The downvote button is eliciting some strong reactions, with two concerns dominating the conversation.

This Founder Had to Play College Basketball in Men's Shorts and Shoes, So She Launched an Athletic Clothing Company Named After the Now 50-Year-Old Title IX Act

When Title Nine founder Missy Park was a 10-year-old girl in South Carolina, the passage of Title IX in 1972 allowed her to be seen as "just an athlete" instead of a tomboy. It also laid the foundation for the founding of a company that's still going strong more than 30 years later.

More Authors You Might Like