They're Baaaaaaack!

Entrepreneur's young millionaires, the reunion tour. You won't believe what happened next . . .

Many faces have graced the pages of Entrepreneur over the years. We've profiled manufacturers and marketers, developers and dotcoms. And the one thing most of them had in common? We never talked to them again.

Hold on-we're not as heartless as you might think. To give you a look at how some of our entrepreneurs of old have fared over the years, we've tracked down several Young Millionaires who have appeared in our annual special.

What we found were businesses that have merged and grown, and entrepreneurs who have done the one thing many can't do: survive. We could take credit and say "We always knew they'd succeed. We sure know how to pick 'em." Instead, we'll point to the tenacious biz owners themselves and show how each has authored his or her own history.

Introduction Jerry Cohen, Ebbets Field Flannels
Todd Bernstein, L.A. TEL Mark Overly, Kaladi Brothers coffee
Dominique Raccah, Sourcebooks Gregory Calhoun, Calhoun Enterprises Inc.
Kenny and Staci Munic Mintz, Little Miss Muffin Art Afshar, Micro Express
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This article was originally published in the March 2001 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: They're Baaaaaaack!.

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