Joan Oleck: Page 2

Entrepreneur Staff
Associate Editor

Bio

Joan Oleck is an associate contributors editor at Entrepreneur. She has previously worked for Business Week, Newsday and the trade magazine Restaurant Business, where a cover story she wrote won the Jesse Neal Award.

Want to write for Entrepreneur too? Apply to join Entrepreneur Leadership network.

Latest: Page 2

Living

Too Much Sleep Can Kill You, Scientists Say

Routinely sleeping more than six to eight hours a night ups your risk of a cardiovascular problem or even death, says a new European study.

Thought Leaders

This Brooklyn Entrepreneur Was Shaken to Her Core by Nepal's Devastating Earthquake and Did Something Incredible

How a jewelry designer poured her passion into reviving devastated communities with new entrepreneurial projects.

Growing a Business

Girl Scouts of the USA, Which Teaches Girls to Be Entrepreneurs, Is Taking on the Boys in a Federal Lawsuit

The lawsuit argues that the Boy Scouts' decision to drop 'boy' from its name and recruit girls erodes the Girl Scouts brand.

Growing a Business

These Entrepreneurs Were Even More Energetic Than Usual: They Were at the New York Coffee Festival!

CBD syrup, highly caffeinated beans, slick machines and latte art were on display at the annual event.

Thought Leaders

This Woman's Got Power: The Cast of 'Madam Secretary' Discusses What She Does With It

A panel at the Tribeca TV Festival discussed how a fictional character shows 'what could be' in the world of politics and diplomacy.

Growing a Business

Better Business Writing and Grammar, Lesson 2: 'Danglers' and 3 Common Writing Errors

Do you commit errors, including fragments, run-ons and nonparallel construction? Here's how to stop.