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This Founder Gave Away Profits During the Pandemic – And His Company Thrived

August 4, 2020 5 min read This story appears in the August 2020 issue of Start Up. Subscribe » Dave Colina’s startup could have been severely hurt by the pandemic. His company makes the sports recovery drink O2, and prior to COVID-19, half of its business came from gyms. But once lockdowns began, gyms were […]

Earn Cash with Your Creative Writing by Submitting it to Journals That Pay

Social distancing during the pandemic has given many of us more time than usual to get comfortable with our own thoughts — maybe a little too comfortable. One of the best ways to stay sane? Writing those thoughts down! And if you’re a little talented (and a lot lucky), you might be able to make […]

Telemedicine is Laying the Roadmap for Healthcare’s Future

One New York doctor explains how it has “introduced a whole new level of convenience and respite.” Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! August 3, 2020 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Growing up, I had witnessed my father, Dr. Franco Lenna, […]

Freshly is the Meal Delivery Subscription Busy People Dream About

Photo courtesy of Freshly Finding the time and energy to cook a real, healthy meal — one that tastes better than a sad, plain chicken breast — seems impossible. And your poor wallet probably cries each time you treat yourself to “healthy” takeout. (You know, those $15 soggy salads that shockingly have 600 calories.) But […]

Don’t Miss This Sale on Rosetta Stone, 12-Minute Book Summaries, and More Apps

Be productive while social distancing with these apps. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! August 2, 2020 2 min read Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share […]

Dear Penny: I Have $10K Saved. Should I Invest It in Gold?

Dear Penny, I have one year left of college, $10,000 in the bank and $22,000 in student loans.  I’m concerned the U.S. dollar value will decrease significantly within a year or two due to current U.S. and global events. I’m considering investing most of my $10,000 in something like gold for one to three years, […]

3 Hourly Workforce Trends We’re Seeing in the Wake of COVID-19

Embrace the new workplace changes and challenges as an opportunity to be innovative. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! August 1, 2020 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. From supply chain bottlenecks to inflexible work hours, the post-coronavirus world has exposed a […]

5 Platforms That’ll Let You Sell Used Books Online

Full bookshelves are cool — there’s no doubt about that. There’s something about that colorful Instagram-ready aesthetic that screams “I’m educated and I’m not afraid to show it!” But let’s face it — a lot of those books are just collecting dust. Whether you’ve got a pile of novels you read once and have no […]

Facebook Wanted to Buy Google? Zuckerberg Says It Was a Joke

July 31, 2020 4 min read This story originally appeared on PCMag Did Facebook want to one day buy Google?  The interesting tidbit came up in today’s Congressional hearing on whether the leading tech companies have been breaking antitrust laws. Among the CEOs grilled was Mark Zuckerberg, who faced questions over Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram back in […]