Top Stories of January 2023

These are the 10 stories that resonated most with readers this month.

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In January 2023, Entrepreneur readers clicked on stories about workplace trends, fast food chains and more. Read on to see the top 10 most popular stories this month.

1. In an all-hands Salesforce meeting described as rambling, co-CEO Marc Benioff sidestepped employee questions regarding plans for layoffs, leading to vocal discontent in the company's Slack channels.

Read the full story, here.

2. One in 10 U.S. workers says their workplace is toxic — but they might be part of the problem.

Read the full list, here.

3. How Small Thank Yous Can Have a Big Impact on Your Business

Read the article, here.

5. How to Make Money Online: 32 Proven Ways to Make Extra Money Fast

See how you can make money online, plus more details on how to bring in the bucks quickly.

6. 6 Secret Tools for Flying First Class (Without Paying Full Price)

It's time to reimagine upgrading. Here's how to fly first class on every flight, business or personal.

7. 19 Best Skills To Put on a Resume That Employers Will Love

Read the full list of skills, here.

8. In-N-Out Burger Is Moving East. Is It Coming to Your State?

Is it? Find out, here.

9. Amanda Cerny: From CIA To Playboy Magazine And A Social Media Trailblazer

For internet sensation Amanda Cerny, a major turning point in her showbiz career was being featured as the 'Playboy Playmate Of The Month' in October 2011. Full story, here.

10. 5 Priceless Lessons For First-Time Entrepreneurs

As a first-time founder, these five lessons have brought joy and success into the entrepreneurship journey.

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