Brian Patrick Eha
Brian Patrick Eha is a freelance journalist and former assistant editor at Entrepreneur.com. He is writing a book about the global phenomenon of Bitcoin for Portfolio, an imprint of Penguin Random House. It will be published in 2015.
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Bitcoin is everywhere these days, and so is the confusion. Here are three myths about the virtual currency you need to stop believing now.
Plug and Play Tech Center is launching an accelerator program exclusively for Bitcoin startups, and it's making other investments in the Bitcoin space as well.
A look at how to be a better leader, communicate with potential clients, keep your customers happy and more advice for business owners.
Amid bad press and federal scrutiny, the nation's largest bank needed a publicity win. But it got just the opposite.
A small-batch distillery in Brooklyn is part of a resurgence in American manufacturing.
Snapchat co-founder and chief executive Evan Spiegel is said to have turned down a massive acquisition offer from the social network.
The tech giant hopes to pivot out of its 'lost decade' by ending internal competition for raises and instead fostering a collaborative culture.
You may not know it, but Apple's latest tablet is now available for purchase. Good luck getting one in time for Christmas.
Veterans turn to entrepreneurship at greater rates than the rest of the population. Here's what that means for America.
The FAA has always told passengers they have to put away their electronics during takeoff and landing. Now that old rule has been abolished.
The company's new program, Startup Blueprint, provides free transaction services and support to tech startups making less than $3 million a year.
The New York Stock Exchange ran three trial IPOs this past weekend, seeking to prevent a repeat of Facebook's glitch-plagued Nasdaq debut.
Amazon made noise when it launched its New York publishing operation but has failed to land the next big thing in publishing.
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