Kenny Herzog

Kenny Herzog

Entrepreneur Staff
Digital Content Director

About Kenny Herzog

Kenny Herzog is currently Digital Content Director at Entrepreneur Media. Previously, he has served as Editor in Chief or Managing Editor for several online and print publications, and contributed his byline to outlets including Rolling Stone, New York Magazine/Vulture, Esquire, The Ringer, Men's Health, TimeOut New York, A.V. Club, Men's Journal, Mic, Mel, Nylon and many more.

More From Kenny Herzog

News and Trends

Starbucks, Coca-Cola, Diageo Join Major Companies Pausing or Pulling Back on Facebook and Social Media Ads

The chorus of voices in unison with #StopHateForProfit swells; Facebook does damage control amidst falling shares.
Starting a Business

Zak Williams, Son of the Late Robin Williams, Is Willing to Get Personal for the Sake of Public Mental Health

The entrepreneur and investor talks in-depth about his new stress- and anxiety-reducing chew, PYM, and his mission to improve everyone's well-being
News and Trends

Ben & Jerry's Joins Facebook and Instagram Boycott, Pushes for Transgender Rights

The socially conscious ice-cream brand will stop running ads on the social platforms as part of #StopHateForProfit and speaks out in favor of Equality Act.
News and Trends

These 13-Year-Old Board Game Creators Can Teach All Entrepreneurs a Thing or Two

Lily Brown and Tait Hansen got an early crash course in how the business world works, and have some insights to share.
News and Trends

U.S. Black Chambers Celebrates Juneteenth's 150th With Launch of byblack

The national advocacy group's president explains why it's chosen to honor the landmark holiday by rolling out a new platform for finding and supporting black entrepreneurs.
News and Trends

The Supreme Court's Ruling on LGBTQ+ Workplace Protections Could Help Revitalize the Entire Economy

A conversation with StartOut executive director Andres Wydler on how the landmark decision is the beginning of a new era in inclusive innovation.
Recovery

Unemployment Rate Dips as May Jobs Numbers Rebound

More than two million Americans were hired last month, leading to an unexpected improvement in overall out-of-work data. Though there are some notes of caution.
Recovery

Don't Knock the Cameo Hustle

Meet three entertainers who've made the most of the personalized video-sharing app during quarantine.
Recovery

Here Are Legitimate Fundraisers Helping Damaged and Destroyed Small Businesses

Three ways to help entrepreneurs and small business owners.
News and Trends

Giannis Antetokounmpo Has Put His Money Where His Message Is

An exclusive interview with the NBA superstar and his new business partner, Pat Cavanaugh, on making a major investment in Ready Nutrition and using the venture as a vehicle to give back.
Stimulus

That Money Network Envelope Isn't Spam; It's Your Stimulus Debit Card

After reports of people mistaking their government-issued funds for junk mail, the IRS has (mostly) cleared up confusion.
Recovery

Which Public Companies Have Returned Their SBA PPP Loans? (Updated)

A slew of multi-million-dollar businesses have been granted government recovery funds, to much controversy. Here are the ones who've given the money back.
News and Trends

Will There Be Internships This Summer?

In some cases, the talent pipelines are simply on pause. We took a look at how companies, students and even community farms are making this rite of passage work amid quarantine.
Stimulus

Who You Gonna Call for An Update On Your Stimulus Check? The IRS, At Last.

The agency is hiring thousands of live telephone reps to field all your questions about when and where your promised government money might arrive.
Stimulus

Today Is Officially the Deadline for Companies to Return Their SBA PPP Loans

Businesses that received big bucks from the government stimulus fund are on the clock. And that could mean more money available for everyone else.