April Y. Pennington

30 Recent Stories

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Lori & Ryan Pacchiano

32, 23, co-founders of High Maintenance Bitch in Seattle
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Sweet Reward

Reaching out to the media really does pay off.
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Food for Thought

With a new twist on familiar snack foods, this entrepreneur has success in the bag.
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Weekend Warrior

One determined entrepreneur fights for pregnant women's rights to dress in today's hottest styles.
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Brent Bannerman

36, founder of IE-Engine in Waltham, Massachusetts
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Through the Grapevine

E-mail newsletter has owners tasting profits.

#25: Access Diabetic Supply

A health-care company reaches out to the masses.
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Malcolm Alexander

44, founder of Alexander Global Promotions in Bellevue, Washington
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Soldiers of Fortune

"Business is a battlefield" is more than just a cliche for this company.
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On the Record

An independent entrepreneur is giving big-label music companies a run for their money.
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Food Fair

How one caterer's soiree made her the talk of the town
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Mechanically Inclined

These entrepreneurial robophiles take their business where no man has gone before.
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Bette LaPlante & Diane Cuvelier

49, 43, co-founders of Doughmakers LLC in Terre Haute, Indiana
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Homespun Wisdom

A designer's down-home hospitality pays off.
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Cold Gold

Striking a blow in the age-old quest to find a cure for the common cold
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Emily Dalton and Curran Dandurand

37, 43, co-founders of Jack Black in Addison, Texas
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Double Duty

This entrepreneurial mayor takes community involvement to a whole new level.
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Passing Grade

These crib sheets don't cheat the safety tests.
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Sizable Returns

It doesn't matter how much money you have to begin with. These entrepreneurs prove even the smallest start-up can grow up to be big and strong.
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Natalie Chanin & Enrico Marone-Cinzano

41, 39, co-founders of Project Alabama in Florence, Alabama
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Put It There

This entrepreneur will never find his pockets empty--no matter how many of them he has.
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Novel Opportunity

A big deal puts a small publisher on the map.
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Fancy Footwork

An orthopedic surgeon-turned-entrepreneur proves to the world she can stand tall on her own.
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Tena Clark

50, founder and CEO of Disc Marketing Inc. in Pasadena, California
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Ice and Easy

With TV publicity, this treat wasn't hard to sell.
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Mary Margaret Cannon

48, founder of Sacred Season Ltd. in New York City
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Glad That's Over

The star of Startup.com has taken failure in stride and is moving on to better things.
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Soothe Operator

Word-of-mouth was the cure for discouragement.
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Next of Kiln

A re-registered trademark passes a beloved name in pottery on to a new generation of fans.
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Best in Show

TV is the key to this entrepreneur's success.

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