Lydia Belanger

Lydia Belanger

Lydia Belanger is a former associate editor at Entrepreneur. Follow her on Twitter: @LydiaBelanger.

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How Uber and Lyft Get Drivers on the Road on Busy Nights Like New Year's

Because they can't assign shifts to workers, ride-hailing companies use a variety of incentives to lure out their contract workers.

20 Surprising Things You Can Do With Google Search

You can get really specific about the Google search results you want, as well as the ones you don't.

Anheuser-Busch's New York Office is Home to the Workplace Brewery of Your Dreams

The casual workplace culture keeps the beer giant's staff happy and collaborative.

How This 30-Year-Old Became a Mainstay of the 'Weird Corner of YouTube' With His 'Short' and 'Snackable' Sketch Comedy Videos

It took a decade for Brandon Rogers' channel to blow up, but he says he would still be making videos even if it hadn't.

Here's Why Women Take Less Vacation Time Than Men -- and What to Do About It

Women are less likely than men to take all of their vacation time. Here's how to step away without feeling like you've abandoned your duties.

Evernote's Silicon Valley Headquarters Offer Company-Wide Collaboration (and Lego-Building Classes)

The open space and cross-departmental gatherings creates an office culture where colleagues are constantly learning from each other.

This Lyft Employee's Entrepreneurial Past Inspired Her to Create a Business Pitch Competition for Lyft Drivers

Lyft recently surveyed its drivers and learned that nearly one-fifth of them run or aspire to run a company.

How Venmo Co-Founder Iqram Magdon-Ismail Pays It Forward by Applying Past Wins to New Projects

Since Venmo took off, Magdon-Ismail has combined his passions with the lessons he learned from the successful payments company.

The Woman Behind Bonobos's Controversial #EvolveTheDefinition Ads Just Became Its CEO

Micky Onvural says that her being a woman is exactly why she's fit to help the menswear brand fulfill its mission of breaking traditional gender stereotypes.

Papa John's Files Trademark to Lose Its Apostrophe and Spotlights New 'Papas' Who Aren't Its Founder

Grammar is only one tactic the pizza chain is using to distance itself from John Schnatter.

How Christina Tosi Took Milk Bar From a Single Bakery to a Sugary Empire in 10 Years

The chef and entrepreneur won't settle for anything less than perfection -- which is why she spent two years developing a single cake recipe.

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