Young Millionaires

Let's put our burning envy aside and try to learn something here.

We've combed through our many resources to compile our 12th annual list of young, successful entrepreneurs. What does it take to get on our list? Entrepreneurs have to be under 40, own a company that makes more than $1 million in sales and have a little something extra that catches our collective eye-maybe a groundbreaking idea, an inspiring story or simply the all-out determination to make it big. Whether they're selling sorbet or sportswear, creating cartoons or online classes, the following young millionaires have one thing in common: They all have exactly what it takes.

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This article was originally published in the November 2000 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Young Millionaires.

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