Stephen J. Bronner

Stephen J. Bronner

News Director

Stephen J. Bronner is news director of Entrepreneur.com. He occasionally writes about psychology, technology, video games, food and fitness. He is very much on top of his email.

The Owner of This NYC Ice Cream Shop Explains Why There Are Grasshoppers in My Sundae
Food Businesses

The Owner of This NYC Ice Cream Shop Explains Why There Are Grasshoppers in My Sundae

I hopped over to La Newyorkina, where bugs are on the menu.
3 Undead Lessons From George Romero, Who Created the Modern Zombie
Project Grow

3 Undead Lessons From George Romero, Who Created the Modern Zombie

The filmmaker died on Sunday after an aggressive battle with lung cancer.
Jessica Alba on Asserting Herself, Naysayers and Being Prepared
Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba on Asserting Herself, Naysayers and Being Prepared

The Honest Company co-founder shares lessons she's learned, including ones she says she wants to pass along to her kids.
This Robot Therapist Talks to Patients Via Facebook
Mental Health

This Robot Therapist Talks to Patients Via Facebook

Not everyone is comfortable seeing a therapist or has access to one around the clock, but Woebot is available 24/7 via Facebook.
Nap-Happy Spain Finally Gets Its First Nap Cafe
Sleep

Nap-Happy Spain Finally Gets Its First Nap Cafe

But the topic of siestas in the European country is more complicated than you'd think.
3 Amazing Effects of Pokémon Go, Which Is Now a Year Old
Pokémon

3 Amazing Effects of Pokémon Go, Which Is Now a Year Old

The augmented reality game continues to be a big deal.
Check Out This Augmented Reality Version of 'Super Mario Bros.' Iconic First Level
Augmented Reality

Check Out This Augmented Reality Version of 'Super Mario Bros.' Iconic First Level

The developer jumps on Goombas and over gaps in this cool demo.
Marketing and Branding Wins and Losses From E3 2017
Marketing

Marketing and Branding Wins and Losses From E3 2017

Makers of video games pulled a variety of stunts at this year's show.
How This $28 Million Startup Hopes to Save the World With 3D Printing
Take It From The Pros

How This $28 Million Startup Hopes to Save the World With 3D Printing

Divergent 3D, founded by a one-time investor and two-time entrepreneur, holds patents on technologies that allow carmakers to print vehicles.
Why This Weird Wearable Let Me Down -- and What It Taught Me About Tech's Limitations
Personal Health

Why This Weird Wearable Let Me Down -- and What It Taught Me About Tech's Limitations

Healbe is trying to crack a really tough nut with the release of GoBe 2.
Apple Presents a Pretty Good Take on 'Shark Tank' With Its First Foray Into TV
Apple

Apple Presents a Pretty Good Take on 'Shark Tank' With Its First Foray Into TV

'Planet of the Apps' is the latest take on the pitch show, but its appeal may be limited.
Why Apple's Video That Imagines a World Without Apps Makes Me Sad
Technology

Why Apple's Video That Imagines a World Without Apps Makes Me Sad

It's not for the reasons you think.
The Canadian Man Mowing His Lawn Amid a Tornado Is a Role Model for Us All
Focus

The Canadian Man Mowing His Lawn Amid a Tornado Is a Role Model for Us All

Have trouble focusing on the task at hand? This guy will blow up any excuses you have.
Why Would We Expect Wearables to Get Calories Right When We Usually Don't?
Personal Health

Why Would We Expect Wearables to Get Calories Right When We Usually Don't?

A recent study from Stanford shows that wearable devices are pretty terrible at tracking calories.
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