WeWork started in 2010 with shared office spaces and now has a number of different options to satisfy the needs of both a single freelancer and entire companies.
In a new interview, the actress explains that throughout her time in the pornography industry, she only made $12,000.
Noticing things that everyone takes for granted—and that could be improved, amplified, repurposed or replaced—is often the first step toward innovation.
I was bullied. It took me years before I could admit that, let alone write about it in an article or book. It was one of the darkest stretches of my life, but also served as one of my largest catalysts for growth.
Roughly one-third of food produced in the world is wasted every year but an edible fruit coating could lead to better quality food and less food waste.
Most parents want their children to have a life with security — a steady 9-to-5 job that is guaranteed to pay the bills. I never wanted any of those things.
The Massachusetts senator's proposal Thursday would combat looting companies that have no interest in turning around struggling American businesses.
A closer look at the Home Depot co-founder and celebrated philanthropist's life reveals an inspiring tale of free enterprise and the American dream.
"As a Catholic I can not participate in propagating an ideology contrary to my faith," said the ex-employee, who worked at an Ikea in Warsaw.
I tried to login to the website I'd built one morning, but the login failed. I called my cofounder to see what happened. "The system we built is gone," he said.
A member of Nivea's longtime advertising agency says the skincare brand balked at an image of two men touching hands.
Creatives often communicate and learn differently than others. This group is often given less attention, fewer tools and, ultimately, less credit when it comes to left-brain activities.
Business as Diplomacy: Daniel Birnbaum, the American-born CEO of the Israeli company SodaStream, is on a mission. But whether that mission is to make millions of dollars selling fizzy water makers, to promote his personal brand of Zionism, or a combination of both, depends on whom you ask.
There are all sorts of entrepreneurs. There are people seeking out investors for grandiose ideas meant to change the world. There are entrepreneurs that quit their jobs and struggle to get by for months, maybe years. Then there are entrepreneurs like me, who work a day job, and our entrepreneurial efforts become our night job.
"I say we all chip in and buy Whataburger back," wrote the Texans star.
Whataburger, the famous burger chain with a 69-year legacy in Texas, has sold a majority interest in the company to Chicago-based investment banking firm BDT Capital.
Companies looking to work on the ISS can expect to pay at least $50 million just in transportation costs.
"What an honour it was to have the President of the United States," read the message from Trump Doonbeg.
It's true—if you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room.
Former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Andrew Napolitano, a longtime Fox News analyst, responded to President Donald Trump's Saturday tweet trashing him for his critical coverage of the Mueller report.
Trump has reportedly raised concerns that his generals and officers don't incorporate enough business considerations into their intelligence briefings.
Whenever I think I'm not good enough or not "business-y" enough, I remind myself that nobody was born an entrepreneur. So why not me?
One Trump ally said administration officials are preparing for a "subpoena blizzard" as House Democrats launch their long-promised oversight investigations into everything from the president's taxes to corruption allegations.
Research by Newsweek Vantage confirms that corporate interest in the circular economy is rapidly gaining pace. Download the full report now.
Forget cars: Ford is now in the "mobility" business. In an exclusive Newsweek interview, company CEO Jim Hackett says autonomous vehicles are the biggest revolution since the Model T.