How to Lead With Authenticity and Build a Thriving Workplace

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As leaders, it's our responsibility to create environments that promote productivity, innovation and growth. What if we were to take this a step further and prioritize personal fulfillment as well? A workplace culture that promotes openness and transparency encourages employee satisfaction, which in turn fosters … [Read more...]

3 Ways to Unlock Your Team’s True Potential by Creating a Team of Leaders

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As a business owner or leader, you know that success comes from having a solid team. But what if you could take your team to the next level? What if you could go beyond a "Team with a leader" and create a "Team of leaders" that helps your business grow and pushes it to new heights?That's the power of a team of … [Read more...]

Ask Co-Founder of Netflix Marc Randolph Anything: How to Watch

Marc Randolph, the co-founder of Netflix, joins us for another episode of Ask Marc, a live Q&A series about starting and growing your business. The event will begin on Tuesday, March 28th at 3:00 PM ET, streaming on our YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter channels. Where can I watch Ask Marc?Watch and stream: YouTube, LinkedIn & Twitter You can watch on your phone, tablet or … [Read more...]

First Citizens Buys Silicon Valley Bank

The bank consolidation game continues.On Sunday, The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) announced a deal had come together for the purchase of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB). Related: 'A Day We Hoped Would Not Come': Competing Swiss Bank UBS Buys Credit SuisseThe buyer is First Citizens Bank & Trust, which is based in North Carolina and can trace its beginnings back to 1898, … [Read more...]

Things To Remember When Deciding To Invest Your Non-Retirement Funds

In the past three years, we saw how life could be fleeting and brittle, just like a thread. In the wink of an eye, it may break or shred when we least expect it. Indeed, life is too short to spend on our stressful nine-to-five jobs or risky businesses. The unprecedented events that have transpired showed nothing was wrong with exploring everything the world has to offer. Leisure travel and … [Read more...]

If You Have a Business, You Have Passwords to Manage

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 of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. Working your way up to starting your own business is challenging, so it makes sense that many early startups are lean in terms of size and resources. … [Read more...]

7 Ways All Dating Apps Are Lying To You

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Dating apps have undoubtedly revolutionized how people find love and connect with others. 3 in 10 US adults say they have used an online dating service (website or app). The convenience and accessibility of dating apps have made it easier for individuals to meet potential partners, but it has also contributed to … [Read more...]

A New Rule Could Finally End The Free Trial Trap

Nearly everyone in the digital age has a story of a nightmare subscription that came back to haunt them. Whether it's an add-on or an upgrade, free trials are designed to be easy to opt in and difficult to opt out. Predictably, it's not an accident. Signing up for a free trial of something often takes a few minutes. To cancel, on the other hand, can feel like an endless maze to the exit.However, … [Read more...]

How Young Women Can Smash the Glass Ceiling in Business

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As a millennial woman founder, I know firsthand the obstacles that women encounter in the corporate world. Although there has been some progress over the past eight years, the representation of women, particularly women of color, is still lacking. According to McKinsey & Co, only 1 in 4 C-suite leaders are … [Read more...]

Are Co-Working Spaces Worth the Money?

The following is an excerpt from The Remote Worker's Handbook, the new book from Entrepreneur Press, available now at Amazon, Entrepreneur and Barnes & Noble.Working from home has its conveniences, but as many know, there are a tremendous amount of drawbacks. Too little space and too much household commotion can create a real drain on our energy, creativity, and productivity. If you are … [Read more...]

21 Productive Things to Do on Your Commute

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Getting to work daily can be exhausting, whether you're driving solo, riding public transportation, or carpooling with colleagues. Most people dread their daily commutes and it's easy to understand why. Who really wants to waste their precious time before and after working hours cooped up in a car, bus, or … [Read more...]

What’s on Entrepreneur TV This Week

Entrepreneur TV's original programming is built to inspire, inform and fire up the minds of people like you who want to launch and grow their dream businesses. Watch new docu-series and insightful interviews streaming now on Entrepreneur, Galaxy TV, FreeCast, and Plex.This week be sure to watch episodes of:Habits and Hustle (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday) … [Read more...]

REVISED: 2023 Stock Market Outlook

40 year investment veteran Steve Reitmeister shares his most complete and up to the minute analysis of what lies ahead for investors the rest of 2023. First a return of the nasty bear market with the S&P 500 (SPY) making news lows. Yet just at the darkest hour the new bull market will emerge ushering in tremendous gains to investors who time it right. Steve shares his trading plan along with … [Read more...]

Dollar General Announces Plan to Spend More on Staff, Stores

Popular discount store Dollar General has recently gained more customers from higher-income homes as people try to save money while facing looming inflation. The chain is known for its low prices and it believes bargains will be even more important for shoppers in the coming year. For Dollar General, that will also mean spending more on boosting inventory and adding staff as it works to gain … [Read more...]

I Got to Use OpenAI’s GPT-4 — Here’s Why It’s a Gamechanger.

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Have you ever wondered what the future of artificial intelligence might look like? Well, I recently had the incredible opportunity to use the latest language model from OpenAI, GPT-4. And after just 24 hours of interacting with this incredible new technology, I have come to a startling realization: If I thought … [Read more...]

Bear Market Odds Skyrocket! | Entrepreneur

There were plenty of reasons to be bearish on the stock market (SPY) coming into 2023. This is especially true with inflation still too hot leading the Fed to increase their hawkish behavior. And then came along the specter of a potential banking crisis that only increases uncertainty…and that only increases odds of bear market. Read on below to discover Steve Reitmeister’s updated market outlook, … [Read more...]

3 Stocks That Could Take Your Portfolio to the Next Level in 2023

Following Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s testimony on monetary policy last week and February’s job report showing more job creation than expected, the probability of the Fed increasing interest rates have risen. However, given the rosy long-term prospects of the tech industry, fundamentally strong stocks Fortinet (FTNT), Teradata (TDC), and Box (BOX) look poised to deliver steady returns and could be … [Read more...]

Better To Be Bullish Or Bearish? Being Both Is The Best Approach

How to power up the POWR Pairs Trades to lower risk and increase return in a big range, no change market environment.After a rip-roaring start to 2023, stocks have come crashing back to pretty much unchanged on the year. The NASDAQ 100 (QQQ) still is up nicely so far in 2023 at a little over 8%, but that is more than a 50% drop from the highs in early February. The S&P 500 (SPY) … [Read more...]

7 Tips to Avoid Falling Back When We Spring Forward with Daylight Saving Time

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As entrepreneurs, most of us have traveled across time zones and do so frequently for both work and leisure. And do we complain? So despite knowing that it will happen, why do many of us complain every year when the clocks spring forward by one hour for Daylight Saving Time (DST)?I encourage you to take a … [Read more...]

Learn to Day Trade and Invest with This Helpful Bundle, Now Less Than $40

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 of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. When you're an entrepreneur, you don't exactly have a ton of free time. You also may not have a lot of disposable income to play with, as most of your … [Read more...]

Top 5 Reasons You Should Start an Ecommerce Website – Ecommerce

Featured image by Garfieldbigberm Ecommerce, which is the buying and selling of products and services on the internet, has become increasingly popular over the years. In fact, new online stores pop up every day. Are you considering launching your own online retail business? Here are five reasons to start an ecommerce website today. 1. Ecommerce Is an Ever-Growing Industry If you’ve been … [Read more...]

What’s Driving Performance During This Rally?

The average stock in the S&P 500 fell 2.91{07c0bb02cae1f0b356e550d14375ff5283a467e66c49238eeeae84ea79201741} in January, but the average stock is up 5{07c0bb02cae1f0b356e550d14375ff5283a467e66c49238eeeae84ea79201741} since then. So which stocks have led the way higher, and which ones are underperforming? Below we have run our decile analysis on the S&P 500 to find out. To run the analysis, … [Read more...]

Happy Birthday Bull?

On Monday, you'll likely hear lots of talk about the 6th birthday of the current bull market that began on 3/9/09. But keep in mind that unless we make a new high on Monday, the bull market won't actually be six years old. Right now the top of the bull market is the closing high from this past Monday (3/2), and the bull market won't officially be six years old until it takes out those highs. One … [Read more...]

Historical Bull Markets for the S&P 500

In this week's Bespoke Report, we published the table below ahead of Monday's six-year anniversary of the S&P 500's 3/9/09 bear market low. As we noted Friday, the bull market will have to celebrate its sixth birthday retroactively unless a new closing high is made on Monday. The generally accepted measure for a bull market is a rally of at least … [Read more...]