Katie Henderson

Katie Henderson

Katie Henderson is the Strategy editor at Business Pundit. She writes articles that help business owners, executives, and employees better understand how to run a business and work as effective employees.

  • Dorm Room Jobs

    10 simple businesses you can start from your dorm room

    Facebook, Dell, Napster. What do those three businesses have in common? They all started in college dorm rooms. While most college students are not going to start the next Facebook in their door rooms, they can pick up some decent spending cash and even pay for their tuition, room & board, and other college expenses, […]

  • 15 books top CEOs want everyone to read

    Anybody who is serious about doing well in the business world knows that they need to always be learning from those who have come before them. We all have read countless business books that each offer their own unique way of selling us on how to prosper in the crazy world of¬†entrepreneurship. But which of […]

  • Highest-Paying Jobs in 2016

    The 20 highest-paying jobs of 2016 and what they pay

    If you are trying to decide among various career paths there are many considerations to make. Obviously you want to be happy over the long-term, but you also probably want a certain level of prosperity. US News & World Report recently released its 2016 Best Jobs rankings, which showcases the best occupations in the United […]

  • Stanford acceptance rate

    9 US colleges that are harder to get into than ivy league schools

    If you apply at Harvard, Columbia, Yale, and various other ivy league schools, there is a very good chance that you will not be accepted. Ivy’s are known for accepting well below 10% of all applicants, and typically students must achieve some very impressive testing scores and offer plenty of community involvement before they are […]

  • PBS Kids channel with on-demand service

    PBS to debut 24/7 kids channel and web stream

    PBS is prepping for a 24/7 children’s television channel and web stream. The channel, part of the company’s existing PBS Kids franchise, has not been named at this time. It is expected to include daytime programming and an on-demand streaming service. The idea behind the service is to provide a live feed of shows that […]

  • Mark Zuckerberg is very frugal

    7 billionaires who live incredibly modest lives

    For many people living a frugal life is based out of necessity. If you don’t have a lot of money to spend, you budget accordingly and make the most of the money you have at your disposal. However, frugality can extend behind the working class. Some of the richest men in the world are incredibly […]

  • Work at home jobs

    15 work-from-home online businesses you can start today

    Think you need a brick-and-mortar storefront to run a successful business? The truth is stay-at-home jobs these days are starting to climb in number. That’s because you can start an online business from the comfort of your own home, and build a nice salary¬†and future for yourself. Some of our online business suggestions require a […]

  • Republican Corporations

    20 companies that you probably didn’t know are Republican supporters

    Just like people, most corporations tend to swing one way or another on the political scale. This is due to several factors, from the CEO’s political affiliation to that of its stock holders. It also depends on the people who heavily endorse the product. The business world has its own politics game to play and […]