Geoff Weiss

Geoff Weiss

Former Staff Writer
Geoff Weiss is a former staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
The 10 Longest Nonstop Flights in the World
Travel

The 10 Longest Nonstop Flights in the World

Does spending 17 hours in the air sound like a blissful escape -- or a cramped eternity?
21 Gadgets That Could Help You Sleep Better (Infographic)
Infographics

21 Gadgets That Could Help You Sleep Better (Infographic)

Including goggles that emit a soft blue glow and a humidifier that scents your bedroom using ultrasonic vibrations.
Why Live-Streaming Video Should Be the Next Battlefront in Your Brand's Social-Media Strategy
Marketing Bootcamp

Why Live-Streaming Video Should Be the Next Battlefront in Your Brand's Social-Media Strategy

Nascent platforms like Periscope, Meerkat and YouNow will be widely embraced by marketers in the next six to 12 months, experts say.
Netflix and Chill: Here's Why CEO Reed Hastings Takes 6 Weeks of Vacation Every Year
Unlimited Vacation

Netflix and Chill: Here's Why CEO Reed Hastings Takes 6 Weeks of Vacation Every Year

In the face of a vacation-weary workforce, he's hoping to lead by example.
Why This Church-Staffing Firm Puts All of Its Eggs in the Culture Basket
Top Company Cultures

Why This Church-Staffing Firm Puts All of Its Eggs in the Culture Basket

Mission statements and five-year plans are something of a foreign language for the Vanderbloemen Search Group, which baked culture into its identity from the very beginning.
Tell Us: How Much Do You Hate Twitter's Decision to Swap the Star Button for a Heart?
Twitter

Tell Us: How Much Do You Hate Twitter's Decision to Swap the Star Button for a Heart?

Many users complained that the decision amounted to a Facebook ripoff and did away with a useful sense of subtlety.
Taco Bell Executive Fired After Drunkenly Assaulting Uber Driver (Video)
Uber

Taco Bell Executive Fired After Drunkenly Assaulting Uber Driver (Video)

'We have also offered and encouraged him to seek professional help,' the fast-food chain said.
GE to Launch Connected Lightbulbs That Better Echo Your Body's Circadian Rhythms
Sleep

GE to Launch Connected Lightbulbs That Better Echo Your Body's Circadian Rhythms

The collection of two new bulbs represents the electric giant's latest push into connected homes.
AOL Launches Livestreaming App That's Part Periscope, Part Snapchat
Streaming

AOL Launches Livestreaming App That's Part Periscope, Part Snapchat

On Kanvas, users can paint on their streams, choose from six different filters, overlay animated GIF stickers and employ themes -- all in real-time.
This Halloween Season, Real-Life Witches Share Spells for Money, Confidence and Success
Halloween

This Halloween Season, Real-Life Witches Share Spells for Money, Confidence and Success

For some, magic is just a practical means of getting things done.
Processed Meats Like Bacon, Hotdogs Linked to Cancer, World Health Organization Says
Cancer

Processed Meats Like Bacon, Hotdogs Linked to Cancer, World Health Organization Says

Untreated meat has also been dubbed 'probably carcinogenic to humans' by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
Out For Blood: Theranos Orchestrates Bold PR Coup in the Face of Damning Allegations
Crisis Management

Out For Blood: Theranos Orchestrates Bold PR Coup in the Face of Damning Allegations

The $9 billion blood-test startup is facing allegations that it's struggling with its ostensibly groundbreaking tech. But is it taking the right approach to responding to the crisis?
YouTube Is Seeing 'Red' With Brand New $10 Monthly Ad-Free Subscription Service
YouTube

YouTube Is Seeing 'Red' With Brand New $10 Monthly Ad-Free Subscription Service

Called YouTube Red, the service also lets users play videos in the background while they're using other apps, and save videos offline for future viewing.
These Are the 100 Most Powerful LGBT Executives in the World
LGBT

These Are the 100 Most Powerful LGBT Executives in the World

Coming in at number one is Inga Beale, the openly bisexual chief of Lloyd's of London and the first female leader in the insurance market's 327-year history.