John Patrick Pullen

John Patrick Pullen

Guest Writer

About John Patrick Pullen

Based in Portland, Ore., John Patrick Pullen covers travel, business and tech for Men's Journal, Fortune and others.

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Cars

How to Upgrade Your Van's Workload Via 'Uplifting'

Outfitting your rigs for work.
Delivery

How Onboard Data Can Help Your Business

The Automatic system makes managing vehicles a snap.
Cars

What You Need to Know About Leasing

What the frac is TRAC?
Mobile Payments

Why Mobile Payments Aren't Gaining Traction With Small Businesses

The adoption of mobile payment systems is nearly universal -- except on Main Street.
Business Unusual

Can These Scooters Cut Down Commutes and Air Pollution?

An electric-charged plan to drive an eco-revolution in Asia.
Entrepreneurs

The Accidental Entrepreneur: 3 Tales of Entrepreneurial 'Eureka' Moments

Sometimes life throws you a curveball -- and it just may mean opportunity. Here's the story of ordinary people who fell into big ideas and took them all the way to the bank.
Point of Sale Systems

Check Out This 'Future-Proof' Universal POS Terminal

Poynt's terminal accepts every form of payment, for any type of business.
Paid Time Off

How to Determine Your PTO Policy

Consider these four factors when deciding what your policy is for paid-time-off.
The Fix

How a Fishing-Gear Company Is Reeling In Customers With Its Live Streaming Videos

The online broadcasts of 'Loon Live' is just one way the company is angling for sales
Innovation Now

8 Great Gadget Gifts for Entrepreneurs

Looking for a gift your entrepreneur will love this holiday season? We have you covered.
Hackathons

How Hacking Is Helping Businesses Beyond the Tech Sector

A variety of businesses, from retail to service industries, are organizing internal events using the creative talents of their own employees to solve, or hack, problems.
Vine

4 Tips for Making Memorable Vine Videos

Jerome Jarre and Rudy Mancuso of GrapeStory offer expert advice on how to make your Vines worth watching.
Social Media Marketing

The Six-Second Video Is a Big Business for Brands

Gary Vaynerchuk's viral video company, GrapeStory, gets paid up to $25,000 to create sponsored posts for brands on Vine, Instagram on Snapchat.