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.

  • Female Executives

    Wow. These companies have no women on their boards

    Welcome to 2016. The year in which American companies are still failing to put women on their boards and in executive roles. Despite multiple studies that show how a more diverse team makes better decisions. Samsung, Nintendo, Nissan and Kia Motors are just a handful of companies that have zero female board members. State Farm, […]

  • Hamilton Broadway Musical

    Hamilton just misses making history with 11 Tony Awards

    The hit Broadway musical ‘Hamilton’ failed to make history on Sunday night when it won 11 Tony Awards. The ‘Producers’ in 2001 took home 12 awards. Still, 11 awards is a big deal for the show which took home the Best Musical award. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical about the life of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton also […]

  • Warren Buffett

    Lunch with Warren Buffett will cost at least $2.6 million

    The annual charity lunch auction with the Oracle of Omaha reached $2.6 million early Friday. That’s already above last year’s winning bid of $2.3 million. A chance to sit down with one of the most respected businessmen in the world can be yours with bidding on eBay closing at 10:30 p.m. ET Friday.  Bids started at […]

  • Ed Sheeran sued over note for note copyright

    Ed Sheeran is being sued for $20 million over ‘note for note’ copyright violation

    Ed Sheeran is being sued for $20 million for allegedly ripping off a song originally written for 2010 X Factor winner Matt Cardle. The chart-topping singer-songwriter is accused of “verbatim, note-for-note copying” for his number one ballad “Photograph.” Cardle’s songwriters Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard say the song is an identical copy of their song […]

  • Fuller House

    ‘Fuller House’ is a bigger hit for Netflix than anyone realized

    When Netflix started offering original shows it said it wouldn’t play the ratings game like traditional providers. With that being said, tracking companies have become more savvy about how they determine viewership numbers on the platform. Reports indicate that Fuller House averaged more than 14 million total viewers per episode in the 35 days after […]

  • John Oliver and medical debt collection

    John Oliver forgives $15 million in medical debt while making TV history

    Move over Oprah Winfrey there’s a new “queen” of TV giveaways. HBO’s ‘Last Week Tonight’ host John Oliver made history on Sunday when he forgave $15 million in medical debt. Oliver called the giveaway the “largest one-time giveaway in television history.” He just about doubled the value of Oprah Winfrey’s famous “You get a car! You […]

  • 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, […]

  • Homeless Huts

    2 high school students have created $3,000 ‘huts’ for the homeless

    REACH Facilities Two high-school students in Stockton, California have created a low-cost micro-home that could be used to shelter the homeless. The “homeless huts” were designed as part of their final school project. Norris Palmer and Austin Ortega, seniors the Engineering and Construction Academy at Lincoln High School, completed the first prototype of their Habitable […]

  • 15 Strange Businesses You Didn’t Know Existed

    A business idea can come out of the strangest situations or events in your life. Especially when times get tough financially and you need to find new and quick ways of making some additional capital. When the recession was at its highest in 2010, the world saw its highest rate of entrepreneurial activity in decades. […]