About Amanda Breen
Amanda Breen is an editorial assistant 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.
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In Just One Year, This Cereal Creator Grew a Multi-Million Dollar Brand That's Now Stocked in Whole Foods Nationwide
Margaret Wishingrad's journey to cereal company founder started with a simple question: If moms are the ones feeding cereal to their kids, why aren't moms the ones making it?
When Aron Ain Started Working at Kronos, He Was 'Cleaning Bathrooms' and 'Taking Out the Trash.' Now, He's the CEO of Ultimate Kronos Group, a Multinational Technology Company Valued at $22 Billion.
UKG's CEO isn't afraid to take chances and try new things -- an approach that helped him pull off an extremely successful merger in the throes of the pandemic last year.
Bobbi Brown and Gail Federici on Third Acts and the Beauty Industry's 'Night and Day' Makeover: From Chocolate Frizz-Ease Bottles to Influencers 'Breaking the Seal'
Federici's John Frieda and Brown's eponymous line helped define the beauty industry in the 1990s. Now, in their 60s and 70s, the beauty moguls have launched their latest entrepreneurial ventures, and have seen a whole lot along the way.
Freshly's Founder Ditched Wall Street to Start a Restaurant in Arizona With His Parents. It Failed, But He Pivoted to Build a $1.5 Billion Business.
Michael Wystrach and Carter Comstock sold meal-delivery service Freshly to Nestlé in 2020 for $1.5 billion. Here's how they did it.
With more than 112 million Americans fully vaccinated to date, the CDC's guidance on indoor mask-wearing will likely change.