Our resident prom expert Finley Davis talked with Riya Gupta, 16, and Nishka Ayyar, 17, co-founders of an app that lets teenage girls rent and lend formal and everyday wear from each other.
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Is Walmart throwing trivial gestures at the opioid epidemic, or are they in the right?
In Oakland, just the application fee alone will cost you around $2,500.
Boyle Heights faces a new twist on an old problem: can people gentrify the neighborhood where they grew up?
How one teen’s disaster turned into victory, and a business.
Today, young adults say they want a new kind of fast food: fresh, healthy and, if possible, connected to community. But actually delivering on what makes consumers happy — it’s something the whole on-demand food industry is still figuring out.
What’s the recipe to own a successful business? For me it’s a mix of spirituality, and capitalism. Wind chimes, small…
Teen employment in the U.S. is near historic lows, yet companies report jobs going unfilled because they can’t find qualified workers. So how do we solve the problem?