Kim Lachance Shandrow

Kim Lachance Shandrow

West Coast editor. Frequently covers celebrities, future tech, social media, startups, gadgets and apps.

Kim Lachance Shandrow is the West Coast editor at Entrepreneur.com. Previously, she was a commerce columnist at Los Angeles CityBeat, a news producer at MSNBC and KNBC in Los Angeles and a frequent contributor to the Los Angeles Times. She has also written for Government Technology magazine, LA Yoga magazine, the Lowell Sun newspaper, HealthCentral.com, PsychCentral.com and the former U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. C. Everett Coop. Email her at kshandrow@entrepreneur.com and follow her on Twitter at @Lashandrow. You can also follow her on Facebook here

7 Motivational Songs for Badass Entrepreneurs Who Hustle Hard
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7 Motivational Songs for Badass Entrepreneurs Who Hustle Hard

Focus like a beast on your entrepreneurial dreams by turning on, tuning in and listening to these inspiring anthems.
5 Things Parents Worry Will Cost Them Their Jobs
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5 Things Parents Worry Will Cost Them Their Jobs

From schlepping your kid to the doctor, to staying home on sick duty, these are the mama and papa dramas that keep us off the clock.
10 Disturbingly Offensive Ads That Landed Big Brands in Big Trouble
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10 Disturbingly Offensive Ads That Landed Big Brands in Big Trouble

From blatantly racist to viciously homophobic, these derogatory ads went beyond too far.
4 Hot Los Angeles Retail Startups to Watch
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4 Hot Los Angeles Retail Startups to Watch

Meet the talented dreamers, doers and makers heating up L.A.'s sizzling retail startup community.
8 Celebrities Getting (Financially) High Off of the Budding Legal Weed Business
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8 Celebrities Getting (Financially) High Off of the Budding Legal Weed Business

With so much green for the taking -- greenbacks and ganja -- it's a no-brainer, even for stony stars.
13 Pivotal Internet Moments That Forever Changed How We Live, Work and Play
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13 Pivotal Internet Moments That Forever Changed How We Live, Work and Play

From indexing the web to breaking it, here are the online moments that changed everything.
11 Successful Kid Entrepreneurs Keeping Their Eyes on the Prize
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11 Successful Kid Entrepreneurs Keeping Their Eyes on the Prize

To these motivated young hustlers, running a business is practically child's play.
3 Inspiring Business Lessons From Billionaire Media Mogul Oprah Winfrey
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3 Inspiring Business Lessons From Billionaire Media Mogul Oprah Winfrey

From safeguarding your brand to trusting your gut, there's much to learn from the wildly successful ascent of Lady O, the 'queen of all media.'
4 Foolish Cybersecurity Mistakes Robert Herjavec Is Shocked People Still Make
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4 Foolish Cybersecurity Mistakes Robert Herjavec Is Shocked People Still Make

'You're really not that sexy, there isn't a woman in Russia who wants to meet you and you didn't win a million dollars,' he says, so you'd better hold that click.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Puts the 'Man' In Pokémon
Radicals & Visionaries

Apple CEO Tim Cook Puts the 'Man' In Pokémon

Whoops, he butchered a cultural phenomenon (that could make his employer $3 billion richer) and the internet won't let it go.
Richard Branson: Just Say Yes to Smoking Pot With Your Kids
Radicals & Visionaries

Richard Branson: Just Say Yes to Smoking Pot With Your Kids

The billionaire Brit dropped a smoke bomb of skunky parental advice at a conference for entrepreneurs yesterday.
Attention Binge-Watchers: Watching Too Much TV Could Potentially Kill You
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Attention Binge-Watchers: Watching Too Much TV Could Potentially Kill You

The next time you marathon-watch 'Orange Is the New Black,' do your body a favor -- get up and shake a leg.
How to Thank Your Employees Like You Mean It in 3 Simple Steps
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How to Thank Your Employees Like You Mean It in 3 Simple Steps

Muttering 'Thank you' isn't nearly enough. To effectively express gratitude, and reap the workplace benefits, this UC Berkeley neuroscientist says you have to speak from the heart.
This 19-Year-Old Aims to Stop Bullying With an Anonymous Smartphone App
Young Entrepreneurs

This 19-Year-Old Aims to Stop Bullying With an Anonymous Smartphone App

At 14, Brandon Boynton considered killing himself. Here's how empowering other victims of bullying through his software startup turned the teen founder's life around.
Why Amazon Wants to Help You Save Money On Student Loans
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Why Amazon Wants to Help You Save Money On Student Loans

The ecommerce giant is offering discounted student loans in a bid to grow its Prime Student subscription program, but is it a smart move?