Justin Chan

Justin Chan

News Writer

About Justin Chan

Justin Chan is a news writer at Entrepreneur.com. Previously, he was a trending news editor at Verizon Media, where he covered entrepreneurship, lifestyle, pop culture, and tech. He was also an assistant web editor at Architectural Record, where he wrote on architecture, travel, and design. Chan has additionally written for Forbes, Reader's Digest, Time Out New YorkHuffPost, Complex, and Mic. He is a 2013 graduate of Columbia Journalism School, where he studied magazine journalism. Follow him on Twitter at @jchan1109.

Location New York, NY

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Morgan Stanley Says It Lost Nearly $1 Billion Following Archegos Disaster

Still, the firm managed to report net revenues of $15.7 billion for its first quarter.
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GameStop's CEO Is Resigning After Failing to Turn Company Around

George Sherman is leaving the company, as it seeks to compete with online retailers like Amazon.
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Clubhouse Is Now Valued at $4 Billion, Thanks to Its Latest Round of Funding

Released in April 2020, the social media app has some notable users, including Oprah, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.
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Employee Activism Is on the Rise. What Does That Mean for Companies?

In the wake of a tense political climate, employees are more vocal than ever about issues in the workplace.
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Chrissy Teigen Is Back on Twitter: 'It Feels Terrible to Silence Yourself'

The model and television personality had announced her abrupt departure from the social media platform last month.
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H&M Is Letting Customers Rent Suits for Free for Job Interviews -- Here's What to Expect

The retail giant is making it easier for job applicants to make a great first impression during their interviews.
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Dogecoin Is Scaring Investors. Here's Why.

The digital currency has jumped 400% in one week, but investors are concerned that it may contribute to a bubble in the cryptocurrency market.
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Coinbase Nearly Hit a $100 Billion Valuation, Making It More Valuable Than GM, Twitter and FedEx

Coinbase's initial market cap hit $85.8 billion this week, making it more valuable than some of the biggest American companies.
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Retail Is Surging -- Here's What Everyone Is Spending Their Stimulus Checks On

The average household spent nearly a quarter of its stimulus check on goods and services last month, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
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Walmart Is Planning to Turn Two-Thirds of Its Workforce Into Full-Time Employees by End of Year

The move is expected to add about 100,000 more full-time roles than the company had five years ago.
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In an Incredible Performance, College Softball Player Pitches 21-Strikeout Perfect Game

Despite making history on Sunday, Hope Trautwein is no stranger to pitching lights out.
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A Billionaire Couple Has Come Under Fire for Promising to Donate Just 5% of Their Wealth

Although John Arnold and his wife, Laura, consistently rank among the top individual donors to charity in the U.S., at least one critic says they're not doing nearly enough.
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Egypt Has Seized the Ever Given and Now Wants More Than $900 Million for the Blockage the Ship Caused at the Suez Canal

UK Club, one of the Ever Given's insurers, said that the claim was 'largely unsupported.'
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This Is the Number One Question You Should Ask During Job Interviews to Avoid a Toxic Workplace

Finding a job that's the right fit can be difficult, especially when you're searching during the pandemic. That's why it's important to ask the right questions.
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Bitcoin Hits Record Just Before Coinbase Is Set to List on Nasdaq

Since the beginning of this year, the price of Bitcoin has more than doubled.