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.
A look at how to beat the daily grind, why you might want to make a vision board, why you should do a trial period with a prospective co-founder and more advice for business owners.
According to a ruling on Tuesday, anything you Like on Facebook can't and won't be used against you -- in a court of law or anywhere else.
As customers tire of flash sales and daily deals, LivingSocial hopes that merchants will appreciate its new extended-length promotions.
A devastating fire on the New Jersey boardwalk last week serves as a wakeup call to business owners everywhere.
Three-year-old startup Rdio is partnering with a terrestrial radio station operator to gain new content and grow its audience.
A look at how you should manage millenials, why you need solitude once in a while and more advice for business owners.
A new wave of ecommerce startups is getting traction in the marketplace by marrying high-quality editorial with online shops boasting fast delivery, excellent customer service and lust-worthy products.
The New York Times Co. plans to invest in early-stage media startups through its incubator, timeSpace, which recently graduated its inaugural class. Here's a look at what each of its three startups are up to.
The 7-year-old social network has been snapping up companies left and right as it expands into mobile, analytics and social television.
The photo-sharing service plans to bring ads to its platform within the next year, and it's anyone's guess how users will react.
Now that Facebook is finally several dollars north of its May 2012 IPO price, investors are seeing profits.
A look at how to treat your employees well, use language to address problems, make valuable hires and more advice for business owners.
Digital entrepreneurs who spoke at a recent conference on fashion, technology and entertainment had a lot to say about what it takes to grow a business.
A miniature PR fiasco unfolded on Monday night as a British Airways customer used promoted tweets to publicly reprimand the airline for losing his father's luggage. Here's what happened.
A look at why you should be more curious than your employees, why you shouldn't impose your opinion on others and more advice for business owners.
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