About Matthew McCreary
Matthew McCreary is the associate editor for contributed content at Entrepreneur.com.
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Even a man worth 12 figures (not a typo) makes mistakes sometimes.
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Dogecoin is a Shiba Inu-themed digital coin that became the latest obsession for Redditors and online investors.
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Everything you need to know about how to start a business.
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Want your articles to get fast-tracked? Here are some tips that can lessen the waiting time between submission and publication.
Daymond John Explains How LL Cool J Secretly Made a FUBU Commercial Out of a GAP Ad and Created Massive Sales Numbers for Both Companies
FUBU Founder Daymond John calls this history's biggest advertising coup.
The NFL quarterback explains how he chooses which brands to partner with and the best advice he's gotten from a director while shooting an ad.
Flies, Birds and Baby Bears: How Barack Obama, Donald Trump and Jimmy Fallon Have Handled Animals on TV
Animals can be wonderful but unpredictable and distracting. Here are five examples of how public figures have reacted to critters on TV in the past few years.
The TikTok showed Nathan Adopaca longboarding to Fleetwood Mac and drinking from an oversized bottle of the company's Cran-Raspberry juice.
It took the tech giant 42 years to reach a $1 trillion valuation, and just two to double that number.
Here are the top six car-maintenance franchises of 2020.
'Bloomberg' reports the president plans to order China's ByteDance to sell TikTok in the U.S.
Practicing empathy can help make you a great leader both in and out of the office.
The most profitable franchises for your situation might not be the most profitable for someone else.