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Lydia Belanger

Lydia Belanger

Entrepreneur Staff / Associate Editor
Lydia Belanger is an associate editor at Entrepreneur.com. She writes about how companies and their founders are solving problems in our connected and conflicted world. Her interests include the retail industry, the gig economy, social entrepreneurship and surprising business applications of emerging technologies. She previously worked as a contributing researcher for Wired.

More From Lydia Belanger

Radicals & Visionaries

How Former PepsiCo CEO Roger Enrico Transformed the Corporation Into a Food and Beverage Giant

Enrico, who died at age 71 on June 1, helped Pepsi rival Coke and dive deeper into the food business.
Uber

Never Fear, Uber Is Here! Crime and Fatal Accident Rates Fall Since Company Launch.

Researchers have correlated the rise of ridesharing services with a decline in fatal crashes and disorderly conduct on the roads.
Sleep

How Scientists Want to Trick Your Jet-Lagged Body Into Feeling Sleepy

Japanese researchers have synthesized molecules to regulate your body's sleep-inducing proteins.
Commencement addresses

Inspirational Quotes From 2016 Commencement Speakers

From tech execs to heads of state, these leaders have the expertise to guide graduates as they prepare for what's next.
Leadership Accountability

Theranos Doesn't Just Need New Executive Assistants. It Needs a New Executive.

Amid federal investigations and a threat to ban Holmes from the company, Theranos tenaciously continues to recruit new employees.
Startup Cities

New Report Labels Boston a Better Hub for Startups Than San Francisco

Quality of life and community connections matter more than the quantity of new companies in a given city, according to the study.
Marketing

This Yogurt Manufacturer Is Trying to Create Demand for an Ingredient Everyone Else Throws Away

A mission to eliminate food waste is also a complex marketing issue for The White Moustache.
paternity leave

Check Out This Year's 'Best Places to Work for New Dads'

In its second annual report, lifestyle website Fatherly identifies a shifting attitude toward time off for new fathers.
Wal-Mart

Why Wal-Mart Will Welcome 'Greeters' Back Into Its Stores

The retail giant wants to put smiling faces back at its entrances to curb theft and boost sales.
Mother's Day

20 Entrepreneurs on the Lessons Their Mothers Taught Them

In honor of Mother's Day, these men and women share the motherly wisdom that they've applied to running their companies.
Robotics

Robots May Be on the Cusp of Widespread Adoption, Jibo CEO Says

The rapid adoption of helpful tech like the smartphone has elevated the idea of personal-assistant robots from science fiction to impending reality.
Trademarks

Apple Loses Trademark Battle, Allowing Chinese Company to Use the 'IPHONE' Name

The Beijing company Xintong Tiandi Technology can now sell IPHONE-branded purses, wallets and phones cases.
Communication Strategies

'I Feel Like' Is the Newest Controversial Phrase You Should Avoid

A recent New York Times op-ed ordered people to stop saying 'I Feel Like.' Here are some other common utterances to consider banning as well.
Growth Strategies

5 Lessons Venmo's Co-Founder Learned While Building a Twice-Acquired Company

The co-founder of the mobile payments service shared his wisdom during a keynote address at the #StartupColumbia conference.
Food Delivery

While Competitors Close or Contract, Meal-Delivery Service Freshly Expands Reach to 28 States

Freshly sets itself apart with chef-designed, pre-made healthy meals and no extra fees.