Journalist for Fortune, Time, Centurion, Entrepreneur, Mental Floss, The Economist, The Guardian, and others. Writer for a handful of custom publications. Sometimes editor. Occasional ghostwriter.
This billionaire wants to solve California's water problem.
Riding a wave of success with the used car marketplace’s chief of operations.
When technologists talk about the “internet of things,” those “things” are often pretty big: vehicles, factory machinery, even people. But sometimes the best use of connectivity is subtle.
The founder of Refund.me is carving out a profitable niche helping airline passengers file claims.
Hunting for home accents with the founder of vintage furniture marketplace Chairish.
Penny Herscher could have retired early. Instead, she set out to save the business analytics firm FirstRain.
Veteran retail goods executive Patti Cazzato is stepping in as the 25-year-old company’s third CEO—and the first woman to lead the brand.
Entrepreneur Jane Ni Dhulchaointigh spent six years and 8,000 lab hours clinging to her dream of a moldable glue.
Okta co-founder and CEO grabs the brass ring at work—and gymnastic rings at CrossFit.
Notebook purveyor expands retail space and inks new high-tech partnerships, and its CEO explains its relationship to Apple.
After raising $1.5 million, the “right-size” direct-to-consumer cosmetics startup launches.
Hacking, crowdsourcing, and mobile bar code scanning? A young San Francisco startup hits all the right notes, but its final product isn't an app. It's a pair of socks.
Startup wants to be “the Zappos of flowers,” but this business is anything but delicate. Should FTD, 1-800-Flowers and others be worried?
With millions in annual revenue and no interest in investors, ZinePak shows its co-founders are the whole package.