Stephen J. Bronner

Stephen J. Bronner

News Director

Stephen J. Bronner is news director of Entrepreneur.com. He occasionally writes about technology, video games, food and fitness.

Of Course 'Free' Services Sell Your Data
Privacy Concerns

Of Course 'Free' Services Sell Your Data

Unroll.Me is facing a backlash for selling user data to Uber, but people should know better by now about this industry-wide practice.
TaskRabbit's Co-Founder Aims to Simplify 401(k)s With New Venture
Tech Startups

TaskRabbit's Co-Founder Aims to Simplify 401(k)s With New Venture

First, he made finding a gig worker easy. Now he wants to fix a 'broken' retirement savings system.
7 Ridiculous (but Fun) Products for Passover
Holidays

7 Ridiculous (but Fun) Products for Passover

Business owners have found opportunity in the Jewish holiday celebrating the Jews' escape from slavery.
My Surprising Takeaway After Visiting a Gorgeous Meditation Studio in New York City
Meditation

My Surprising Takeaway After Visiting a Gorgeous Meditation Studio in New York City

The co-founders of MNDFL really believe in that whole 'service' thing -- and it's paid off for them.
He Designed Elon Musk's Favorite Mug. Now He's Getting a Boost in Sales.
Elon Musk

He Designed Elon Musk's Favorite Mug. Now He's Getting a Boost in Sales.

This maker shares what it's like to get a plug from the Tesla billionaire.
Of Course Elon Musk Used a Farting Unicorn to Show Off a New Tesla Feature
Elon Musk

Of Course Elon Musk Used a Farting Unicorn to Show Off a New Tesla Feature

The billionaire has an affinity for what some might classify as childish things, and guess what? That's great.
This Hotel Chain's Selling Point Is That It Doubles as a Museum
Hotels

This Hotel Chain's Selling Point Is That It Doubles as a Museum

The president of 21c Museum Hotels says that art strengthens the company's growing footprint.
This Company Uses Machine Learning to Find Owners of Recalled Cars
Tech Startups

This Company Uses Machine Learning to Find Owners of Recalled Cars

Recall Masters was founded by a veteran programmer with $500,000 of his own money. Now it's seeking a valuation of more than $40 million.
New Museum Chronicles the History of Video Games and Nintendo's Arrival to America
Video Games

New Museum Chronicles the History of Video Games and Nintendo's Arrival to America

'Preserving video games has all kinds of challenges that other mediums don't have,' says the founder of the nonprofit Video Game History Foundation.
This Startup Aims to Help Older Professionals Find Jobs
Older Workers

This Startup Aims to Help Older Professionals Find Jobs

Tengia hopes to solve the problem of experienced individuals being overlooked because of their age.
10 Insightful Lessons From 'The Daily Show' Host Trevor Noah's Memoir
Inspiration

10 Insightful Lessons From 'The Daily Show' Host Trevor Noah's Memoir

'The Daily Show' host shares the poignant story of his South African childhood.
Seeing Through Walls Is the Least Cool Thing This Tech Does
Technology

Seeing Through Walls Is the Least Cool Thing This Tech Does

Vayyar's sensor can also monitor your breathing and could be used to detect breast cancer.
How This Augmented-Reality Company Hopes to Compete With Microsoft and Google
Technology

How This Augmented-Reality Company Hopes to Compete With Microsoft and Google

Vuzix will introduce this year its sleekest pair of AR glasses.
Randi Zuckerberg: Don't Search for That 'Pie-in-the-Sky Mentor'
Mentors

Randi Zuckerberg: Don't Search for That 'Pie-in-the-Sky Mentor'

The tech investor, TV show producer and Facebook's former director of market development says you should do this instead.
This Crowdfunding Category Will Blow Up in 2017, Says the CEO of Indiegogo
Indiegogo

This Crowdfunding Category Will Blow Up in 2017, Says the CEO of Indiegogo

David Mandelbrot believes these kinds of products will be big on the crowdfunding platform this year. He also shares his tips for successful fundraising.