Catherine Clifford

Catherine Clifford

Senior Entrepreneurship Writer at CNBC

Catherine Clifford is senior entrepreneurship writer at CNBC. She was formerly a senior writer at Entrepreneur.com, the small business reporter at CNNMoney and an assistant in the New York bureau for CNN. Clifford attended Columbia University where she earned a bachelor's degree. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. You can follow her on Twitter at @CatClifford.

Why Facebook Says Your Video Ads Should Be Silent
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Why Facebook Says Your Video Ads Should Be Silent

The social-media giant has new features and recommendations to help businesses make videos that can be watched without sound.
Check Out the 4 Original Shows YouTube Is Launching
YouTube

Check Out the 4 Original Shows YouTube Is Launching

The video streaming site is going up against Netflix by rolling out new original series behind a $9.99-a-month paywall.
The First 100,000 Successful Kickstarter Campaigns, in 10 Numbers
Kickstarter

The First 100,000 Successful Kickstarter Campaigns, in 10 Numbers

The crowdfunding platform released a mountain of data to celebrate its latest milestone. We pulled out a handful of the most interesting bits.
Women Raise More Money With Crowdfunding, Research Shows
Crowdfunding

Women Raise More Money With Crowdfunding, Research Shows

The difference comes down to the words female founders use, according to a UC Berkeley study.
How Old These 21 Entrepreneur Superstars Were When They Made Their First Million and First Billion (Interactive Infographic)
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How Old These 21 Entrepreneur Superstars Were When They Made Their First Million and First Billion (Interactive Infographic)

Mark Zuckerberg was a millionaire by the time he was 22, but George Soros didn't make his first million until he was 47.
Need a Document Notarized? There's an App for That.
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Need a Document Notarized? There's an App for That.

Notarize offers confirmed signatures on documents via live video for $25 a pop.
A New Kind of Financing That Doesn't Involve Taking on Debt or Giving Away Equity
Finance

A New Kind of Financing That Doesn't Involve Taking on Debt or Giving Away Equity

Here are five ways that the new R round is different than other types of finance currently available for entrepreneurs.
Why Letting Go Is Key to This Athlete-Turned-Entrepreneur's Success
Jeremy Bloom

Why Letting Go Is Key to This Athlete-Turned-Entrepreneur's Success

Jeremy Bloom learned the importance of getting rid of destructive thoughts as an athlete. Now he uses that same skill as the CEO of a tech-marketing software startup.
The KIND Founder's 10 Tenets of Entrepreneurship
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The KIND Founder's 10 Tenets of Entrepreneurship

Daniel Lubetzky delivered a heartfelt and humorous keynote at the Entrepreneur 360 conference earlier this fall. In case you missed it, watch it here.
Exclusive: The Secret Thoughts of Americans and Europeans
Whisper

Exclusive: The Secret Thoughts of Americans and Europeans

The anonymous messaging social-media app Whisper analyzed tens of millions of comments and teased out thematic trends for Entrepreneur.
Federal Government Hopes to Get a Grasp on the Sharing Economy
Sharing Economy

Federal Government Hopes to Get a Grasp on the Sharing Economy

Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez says he traveled to Silicon Valley to try to update how the government tracks the workforce.
A Look Inside An Unlikely Journey: From Olympic Skier and NFL Player to Tech Entrepreneur
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A Look Inside An Unlikely Journey: From Olympic Skier and NFL Player to Tech Entrepreneur

When Jeremy Bloom told his Wharton professor he wanted to launch a software company, his teacher told him to, 'Go lose somebody else's money first.'
Entrepreneurs Rank High Among the 50 Wealthiest People in the World
Billionaires

Entrepreneurs Rank High Among the 50 Wealthiest People in the World

From Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg to Jeff Bezos, the list of the richest billionaires in the world is full of people who started their own companies.
This Startup That Fills Your Gas Tank on Demand Just Raised $9 Million
Gasoline

This Startup That Fills Your Gas Tank on Demand Just Raised $9 Million

You can order a full tank of gas from your smartphone with the app from Seattle-based Booster.
At This Store, Robots Will Replace Human Employees. But, Wow, They Are Adorable.
Robots

At This Store, Robots Will Replace Human Employees. But, Wow, They Are Adorable.

Softbank, the Japanese telecommunications and Internet corporation, will staff a cellphone store with (almost entirely) humanoid Pepper robots for a week.