BY Jane PorterJustin Gold founded his organic nut butter company after his roommates couldn't stop eating his homemade creations. His commitment to healthy foods makes him a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
BY Jane PorterRyo Kubora performed nearly a thousand eye surgeries and discovered the gene that causes glaucoma, before starting his biotech company, Acucela. His innovation in the field of eye diseases makes him a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
BY Jane PorterFormer Navy Seal Eric Basu founded his cybersecurity company Sentek Global in 2001 while working from his living room. His determination makes him a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
BY Jane PorterLimor Fried created her open-source hardware and electronics company, Adafruit Industries, in her MIT dorm room. The story of how she grew her business makes her a finalist for Entrepreneur of 2012.
BY Yanik SilverFor most entrepreneurs, business crowds out time for anything else. So make a life to-list and actually put it on the calendar.
BY Gwen MoranThe social fundraising site powers money raising efforts for everything from charities to joint vacation rentals.
BY Jason AnkenyShoptiques brings cutting-edge creations from brick-and-mortar boutiques online.
BY Diana RansomEach year, Entrepreneur looks to spotlight a young entrepreneur in its annual College Entrepreneur contest. Meet the finalists in the running for College Entrepreneur of 2012 and vote for your favorite to win.
BY Diana RansomFor those plugging away on their startups on days when everyone else has off, here are a few choice words of wisdom to keep you going strong.
BY Eric ShapiroSee how these young treps turned a winning Kickstarter campaign into a thriving business in just a few months.
BY Adam TorenFor many heading to campus who also dream of starting a business one day, majoring in entrepreneurship can help. But it's far from the only major decision you'll need to make along the way.
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