At almost 10 million Twitter followers, this 23 year old is making bank.
It turns out, that unless you're an entrepreneur, your lifetime earnings are probably determined in your 20s.

How Twitter Makes Money

Welcome to the not-so-dismal science of Twitternomics.
Ten years ago this month, Jeff Bezos announced Amazon Prime to the world.
The world is changing. It’s looking for people who are creative and entrepreneurial, and that’s not going to happen in a system that tells kids what to do all day.
Several previous studies had found a surprising number of herbal supplements both contain ingredients they don't list… and don't seem to contain ingredients they do list.
Here are the Super Bowl ads that got people talking this year.
All things told, the Mongolian economy is booming and mining industries will drive the country’s economic growth at a faster rate than any other nation on earth in the next decade.
If she can do it, what's stopping you?
Annoyed at the high price of gas, even at $2? Well you shouldn't be.
While the rest of the country anxiously waited out the debate about the Obamcare in Congress, one small business built the software to run it.
The Federal Trade Commission is putting the kibosh on companies that bait customers with supposedly free trial officers.
Today's most popular food is no longer bacon, but it does go well with bacon.
It's not about selling products -- it is about selling experiences.

Amazon’s Pricing Tricks

Amazon knows which products will drive price perception among shoppers, and uses it play various pricing tricks.
The American Small Business Championship will award 102 small businesses, two in every state and the District of Columbia, for their sacrifice and dedication to the success of their business. The Small Business Champions will receive a $1,000 Sam's Club gift card, an all-expense-paid trip to a training event, SCORE mentoring for one year, and promotion throughout the year to showcase each Champion’s story.
A diamond may be forever, but in a generation that values impermanence, the one-time slogan of the century is looking more and more like an outdated mantra.
Founded in 1932 as a Danish carpentry shop, Lego has transformed itself half a dozen times, and the world, since then.
The system makes it impossible to commercialize the incremental advances that are usually the most useful in solving the pressing problems of daily existence.
In the next few years, billions of machines are going to connect to the internet. What does this mean for you?