Madeline Garfinkle

Entrepreneur Staff
Editorial Assistant

Madeline Garfinkle is an Editorial Assistant at Entrepreneur.com. She is a graduate from Syracuse University, and received an MFA from Columbia University. 

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The Real Estate Housing Market Is Shifting: Too Many Homes, Not Enough Buyers

As mortgage rates surged, prospective homeowners were priced out. Now there are not enough buyers for an increasing number of homes.

What's the Deal With Subway's 'Fake Tuna' Lawsuit? A Look Inside the Unusual Case

The saga over Subway’s tuna-legitimacy continues as a plaintiff argues that the chain's "100% tuna" claim is false. Subway stands by its statement.

'Greatest Storyteller Wins.' Katy Perry on the Surprising Link Between Pop Stardom and Entrepreneurship.

Pop icon Katy Perry co-founded a new line of elegant and innovative non-alcoholic beverages with master distiller Morgan McLachlan -- and she has some advice for artists and entrepreneurs alike.

Amazon and Apple Report Strong Quarterly Results, Despite Recession Fears

The tech giants remain optimistic, yet realistic, considering the current economic conditions.

The Mega Millions Jackpot Has Passed $1 Billion – But That's Before Taxes

For the fourth time in history, a lottery prize is over a billion dollars - and the tax bill is equally astronomical.

Who Is Google Co-Founder, Sergey Brin?

Brin is a billionaire, entrepreneur and computer scientist who co-founded Google at the age of 25.

Next On The Big Screen? Your Personal Travel Information.

Delta is rolling out beta technology where travelers can view their personal flight information -- and only theirs -- all on the same screen.

Telling Your Brand Story Is Crucial. 4 Steps To Ensure That It Resonates.

Your founding story is important, but the way you share it can make -- or break -- the image of your company. Here are four ways to ensure it translates in a way that resonates.

Young Workers Are Not Saving For Retirement, According to a New Report

New survey found that 45% of workers between 18 and 35 are waiting for a 'return to normal' before saving for their future.

How To Find a Job Even If There's a Recession, According To An Expert

The chief economist at ZipRecruiter talks to Entrepreneur about how to land the job you want.

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