How to Evaluate a Potential Employer in a Downturn

With rising interest rates, high inflation, political issues, and war all contributing to a roller coaster global economic outlook, it’s hard to know whether to stay in a stable job — no matter how unhappy you are — or make a move when it’s unclear how Changing economic conditions could affect your employment. While you … Read more

Amazon’s Foray into Primary Care Won’t Be Easy

America’s health care system seems, paradoxically, both endlessly innovative and profoundly functionalal. On the one hand, we hear almost daily about flashy new ventures like, most recently, Amazon’s recent purchase of One Medical, a large provider of primary care, that promise transformative improvements in health care efficiency, quality, and service. On the other hand, the … Read more

How Compliance is Exposing the Fragility of the Global Supply Chain

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The global supply chain is having its long-awaited moment in the spotlight — albeit for all the wrong reasons. Once a conversation stopper at cocktail parties, the topic has become the talk of every newsreader (and kitchen table) since the pandemic began over two years ago. Supply … Read more

Meet the Women Behind Some of McDonald’s Most Iconic (And Essential) Ingredients—And How They’re Setting New Standards

It’s hard to think of a trip to McDonald’s as an act of small business solidarity — the fast-food chain has more than 38,000 locations in over 100 countries. But that’s because you haven’t met Trina Bediako and sisters Erin Tolefree and Cara Hughes — the dynamic women responsible for supplying McDonald’s with everything from … Read more

15 Internet Relics We Miss (and Some We Don’t)

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Remember the days of dial-up internet? Or when you were greeted with “Welcome! You’ve got mail!” whenever you logged into your AOL account? Or how about your quirky AIM screen name you used to chat with “buddies”? If you’re older than 17, you know exactly what I’m … Read more

It’s Time to Invest in Climate Adaptation

Companies around the world are committing to climate change mitigation, pledging emissions reduce carbon and water consumption across their operations and supply chains in an effort to slow the pace of global warming and better protect environmental ecosystems. However, while essential, these efforts merely prevent a worse future rather than addressing the inevitable consequences of … Read more

Why Situational Leadership Is More Relevant Than Ever

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The 1959 classic film Ben-Hur is frequently cited as one of the best movies of all time (watch it if you haven’t). At one point before the epic chariot race scene, the Sheikh introduces Charlton Heston’s character Judah Ben-Hur to the four horses he’ll be racing. The … Read more

4 “Strong Buy” Stocks Trading at Rock-Bottom Prices

Concerns over persistently high inflation, the Fed’s monetary policy tightening, the decline in GDP for two consecutive quarters, and the growing odds of a recession have kept the stock market under immense pressure over the past few months. So, fundamentally sound stocks ARC Document (ARC), Compañía Cervecerías (CCU), Hill International (HIL), and TravelCenters (TA), which … Read more

One Entrepreneur’s Quest to Help Families Get a Great Night’s Sleep

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Michael Rothbard, the founder of Newton Baby, launched several companies dedicated to helping people sleep better, but helping babies sleep better had never crossed his mind. That was until he and his wife, Jasmine, were expecting twins and it came time to choose mattresses for the little … Read more