Writer + Editor

Claire Martin

The New York Times

Taking Guns Off the Streets, $100 at a Time
Feel the Noise: Homemade Slime Becomes Big Business
A Rare Path: From Venture Capitalist to Hair-Coloring Kits
Going From Marginalized to Welcomed in the Workplace
Putting Faith and Sports on the Same Team
Anger Rooms: A Smashing New Way to Relieve Stress
A Lawyer With a Taste for Soy Sauce and a High Tolerance for Pain
Granting Shares for Fares: An Uber Rival’s Play for Drivers
A Temp Agency That Gives Ex-Inmates a Job, And a Ride to Work
Is That Real Tuna in Your Sushi? Now, a Way to Track That Fish
A Healthier Way to Feed Your Cat: Hide Its Meals
At King Arthur Flour, Savoring the Perks of Employee Ownership
Building a Better Breast Pump, Not a Milking Machine
A Ski Town Greenhouse Takes Local Produce to Another Level
Some Kids Sell Lemonade. He Starts a Chain.
Start-Ups Take Rites From the Funeral Home to the Family Home
Ex-N.F.L Player’s New Team Takes on Challenges of A.L.S.
An Entrepreneur Juggles Six Companies and One Worker: Herself
Detroit Businesswomen Team Up to Get Rape Kits Tested
A Strategy to Reach the Fan for All Seasons
After the Grateful Dead, Phil Lesh Shows He Has a Head for Business
EnChroma’s Accidental Spectacles Find Niche Among the Colorblind 
Learning to Engineer a Better Brisket 
HopSkipDrive, a Ride Start-up for the After-School Set
A Beehive That Takes the Sting Out of the Harvest
Moleskine Notebooks Adapt to the Digital World
Bringing African Shoppers to the Global Mall
Freezy Freakies, a Colorful Blast From Winters Past
When the Parking Space Becomes a Park
Out of Tragedy, a Protective Glass for Schools
Brewing Your Own Beer, With Help From an App
Wearing Your Failures on Your Sleeve
Selling a Smaller Soccer Ball
Turning Programming Into Child’s Play
No Canvas, No Leather: A Reboot for the Sneaker
Authenticity, Repurposed, In a Mason Jar
Jiminy Cricket! Bugs Could Be Next Food Craze
Shaping a School System, From the Ground Up
Planting for Profit, and Greater Good
Can’t Find It at the Mall? Make It Yourself
How a Bicycle Maker Saw the Light, and Found Its Balance
Preserving Family History, One Memory at a Time
At the Ready, at the Sochi Games
Craft Beer, the (Very) Limited Edition
A Second Wind From an Injured Knee
Surfboard Design, Catching a Wave From Old Hawaii
In the Health Law, an Open Door for Entrepreneurs
Rentals That Let You Fly the Coop
Breaking Up With ‘Breaking Bad’ Is Hard for Albuquerque
Helping Bands Play to the Crowd, Long Before the Show
Rainbow Loom’s Success, From 2,000 Pounds of Rubber Bands
Helping Hollywood Players Hook Up
Portland Takes Pedal Power to New Limits
Invasion of the Beetles, and a Rancher’s Revenge
Rolling Up Their Sleeves, As a Team
An American Safari in Montana’s Outback
Paddling Down East from Inn to Inn

The Wall Street Journal

Takashi Murakami’s Gallery Ventures Out
A Day in the Life of Chef April Bloomfield
A Day in the Life of Art Lawyer Joshua Roth

Wired

Paddleboarding the Pacific on a Stand-Up Surfing Safari

Bloomberg Pursuits

How a Blackstone Executive is Banking on the Great Outdoors

Email: claire [@] clairemartin.com
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