Stephen J. Bronner

Stephen J. Bronner

News Director

Stephen J. Bronner is news director of Entrepreneur.com. He was formerly contributors editor. Bronner occasionally writes about food and fitness.

People Want the Snapchat Spectacles So Bad They'll Stand in the Cold for Hours in Midtown NYC
Technology

People Want the Snapchat Spectacles So Bad They'll Stand in the Cold for Hours in Midtown NYC

The new device costs $130 and records 10-second videos.
'Metal Gear Solid' Creator on How He Remains Creative Amid Hardships
Creativity

'Metal Gear Solid' Creator on How He Remains Creative Amid Hardships

Hideo Kojima talked Thursday night about how he finds ideas.
Watch Google's Funny Video for Its New Photo-Scanning App
Google

Watch Google's Funny Video for Its New Photo-Scanning App

The search giant has introduced an easy way to capture your embarrassing childhood photos.
Indiegogo Launches Equity Crowdfunding Platform
Equity Crowdfunding

Indiegogo Launches Equity Crowdfunding Platform

Entrepreneurs can raise funds in a new way thanks to recently passed regulations.
John Oliver: Multilevel Marketing Is Not a Good Path to Entrepreneurship
Starting a Business

John Oliver: Multilevel Marketing Is Not a Good Path to Entrepreneurship

Don't get sucked into these businesses that promise big profits for just a small investment.
At This Restaurant, Human Interaction Is Discouraged
Food Businesses

At This Restaurant, Human Interaction Is Discouraged

With its 'low-interaction dining,' food is the focus at Ichiran, a popular chain in Asia that recently expanded to Brooklyn, N.Y.
The Mistakes Nintendo Made With Wii U and What You Can Learn From Them
Make More Happen

The Mistakes Nintendo Made With Wii U and What You Can Learn From Them

The launch of the console seemed doomed from the start. Here's where the company went wrong.
The Important Entrepreneurship Lesson From Jessica Alba and Sarah Michelle Gellar
Starting a Business

The Important Entrepreneurship Lesson From Jessica Alba and Sarah Michelle Gellar

Both women had careers as actors, but they were inspired to start businesses based on personal needs.
The Surprising App That Worries 'Mad Money's' Jim Cramer
Starting a Business

The Surprising App That Worries 'Mad Money's' Jim Cramer

The host of the CNBC show, who owns two small businesses, shared his top tips Saturday during the American Made Summit.
The Awesome Advice We Learned From Richard Branson's Former Assistant
Richard Branson

The Awesome Advice We Learned From Richard Branson's Former Assistant

Penni Pike discusses the qualities that made the adventurous British entrepreneur a great leader (and that time she jumped out of a helicopter).
Woah. With Nintendo's New 'Switch,' You'll Have a Home Console Wherever You Go.
Make More Happen

Woah. With Nintendo's New 'Switch,' You'll Have a Home Console Wherever You Go.

The video game company just gave us our first look at its new machine.
EarthLink Helped Bring the Web to the Public. Now It Wants to Be Known for Something New.
Make More Happen

EarthLink Helped Bring the Web to the Public. Now It Wants to Be Known for Something New.

We spoke with the company's CEO, Joe Eazor, about the challenges he faces leading the legacy brand.
Start Your Day Off Right With This New 'Star Wars' Trailer
Star Wars

Start Your Day Off Right With This New 'Star Wars' Trailer

The second spot for this December's 'Rogue One' just dropped, and it fills us with 'hope.'
This Robot May Be Perfect for Lazy People Who Hate Cooking
Robots

This Robot May Be Perfect for Lazy People Who Hate Cooking

A U.K.-based startup has launched a crowdfunding campaign for a machine with arms that learns recipes.
This Startup Employs Robots That Bake Pizza En Route for Delivery
Pizza

This Startup Employs Robots That Bake Pizza En Route for Delivery

Its co-founder may have this skeptical New Yorker convinced.