Nichole L. Torres

30 Recent Stories

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Roast of the Town

Fed up with working for others, one couple decided to take a stand—a barbecue stand, that is.
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Two in One

Finding an investor is great. But finding an investor who's also a mentor? Now you're talking.
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Youthful Optimism

Need a dose of inspiration? These stories about young, successful entrepreneurs will fire you up.
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Smells Like School Spirit

When it comes to designing quality collegiate purses, it looks like these sisters-in-law have bagged a winner.
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Take the Plunge!

Teetering on the edge of unemployment? Then maybe you should jump at the chance to own a business.
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Backward Thinking

A little reverse psychology was all these entrepreneurs needed to get cash for their business.
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I'm With the Band

When an entrepreneur helps unknown bands find a place with TV and film producers, everybody wins.
Leadership

Where's the Love?

You've lost that lovin' feeling for your business-but don't let it slip away. It's time to rekindle your passion and renew your commitment as an entrepreneur.

Grape Expectations

Are you thinking about getting into the wine business? Here's a taste of what awaits you.
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The Bold and the Profitable

Think you've got the guts to strike out and do something completely different?
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Good as Gold

One woman unearths a gem of a business by letting her customers create (and re-create) their own jewelry.
Starting a Business

Late Bloomer

If you're just now realizing you're an entrepreneur at heart, not to worry. Here's why starting a business after 40 could be the best thing that ever happened to you.
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All's Fair . . .

. . . in love and business, so you may need a prenup to protect your company's assets.
Finding Ideas

Roamin' Holiday

Let a vacation put you on the road to a great start-up idea.
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Out of the Ashes

This company faced sure disaster--but came out shining.
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Full Esteem Ahead

Act like an executive--and get the respect you deserve.
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An Office of One's Own

When space is at a minimum, turn your creativity to the maximum.
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A Hand in Remarriage

These entrepreneurs help make it easier for couples to walk down the aisle as many times as they like.
Carte Blanche

Carte Blanche

Think retailing is strictly a brick-and-mortar opportunity? Not so. The sky's the limit with a kiosk as your venue.
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I Spy . . .

Workplace surveillance is coming to small and midsized businesses.
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Natural Instinct

Have a feeling the organic market's got a lot to offer? You're not the only one.
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Winning Ways

Meet the winners of the Wharton Business Plan Competition.
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Got Some ID?

The SBA's new online form saves entrepreneurs time and money.
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Clothes-Minded

Fed up with traditional outfits, one mom takes baby clothes to a whole new level.
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The Thrill of the Chase

Nowadays, it seems venture capitalists are an endangered species, but your chances of finding VC funding are better than you think. We'll help you track down investors with our 3rd Annual VC 100.
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Family Ties

Even if you don't run a family business, there's something to be learned from them.
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Best of Both Worlds

Yes, it is possible to balance passionate creativity and no-nonsense business.
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It's Who You Know

Talk about your firm at all times, and you might reach the ears (or head) of a famous client.
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Make It Snappy

Learn the valuable art of the one-page pitch.
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Give 'Em the Sack

Two entrepreneurs pack in the profits with treat bags for the rich and famous.
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