Former Staff Writer
Geoff Weiss is a former staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
Currently, users must sign out of and then back in to Instagram in order to switch between their work and personal accounts.
Kill two birds with one stone, says crowdfunding consultant Sally Outlaw.
The Patti LaBelle-branded delicacy, sold exclusively at Walmart, could soon be to blame for a sweet potato shortage.
It's grappling with a troubled web host.
The popular burger chain has been 'very clear' about what it stands for, says branding expert Denise Lee Yohn.
The video platform is foraying into the copyright fray in a bid to protect 'fair use.'
It marks a relatively hopeful sign in a chilly IPO climate.
The off-color comments come just days before the Match Group, Tinder's parent company, plans to raise a reported $466 million in its IPO.
'Today, Casper has moved from being a mattress company to building its own sleep environment,' the company's chief creative officer said.
Crowdfunding consultant Sally Outlaw shares tips about how to pare down targets -- but not too much -- as well as the benefits of stretch goals.
A unique policy is bearing fruit for Grovo, a New York-based learning and development firm.
Top staffers dressed as characters from the classic film, including Mayer as Dorothy, complete with blue-ribboned braids and a cheeky grin.
The partnership, code-named project 'T-Rex,' called for Theranos blood test facilities to be built in 800 Safeway stores nationwide.
The show would join other crowdsourced reboots including Veronica Mars, Reading Rainbow and Super Troopers.
Snapchat is closing in on Facebook, which reports 8 billion views every day. But such towering metrics can be misleading in terms of actual reach and monetization.