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Striving for Efficiency the Second Time Around

Striving for Efficiency the Second Time Around

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A 27-year-old founder of a real estate investment firm streamlines operations.
March 10, 2011 in Young Entrepreneurs
Top 10 Most Influential People Online

Top 10 Most Influential People Online

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Who controls the Internet? For all the talk about how the Internet levels the playing field and gives anyone the chance to become an influence in society and
March 4, 2011 in Young Entrepreneurs
How Saying 'No' Saved My Business

How Saying 'No' Saved My Business

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Overcommitted and unable to follow sales leads, a young entrepreneur retooled to focus on core clients.
March 3, 2011 in Young Entrepreneurs
Hiring Help As a Young Entrepreneur

Hiring Help As a Young Entrepreneur

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The founder of a 'tweens' site on why she looks for passion over promises.
February 18, 2011 in Young Entrepreneurs
Standing Up to Slacker Clients

Standing Up to Slacker Clients

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BusinessBeware.biz's founder helps companies turn the tables on deadbeat customers.
February 4, 2011 in Young Entrepreneurs
Pooling Resources to Build a College Note-Sharing Business

Pooling Resources to Build a College Note-Sharing Business

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Three entrepreneurs on the same mission to facilitate college note-sharing join forces -- and 360,000 students follow.
January 25, 2011 in Young Entrepreneurs
From Digging Ditches to Advising Young Entrepreneurs

From Digging Ditches to Advising Young Entrepreneurs

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The 24-year-old founder of Under30CEO.com on creating an online resource for budding business owners.
January 10, 2011 in Young Entrepreneurs
How a Gen-Y'er Launched a Personal Branding Firm

How a Gen-Y'er Launched a Personal Branding Firm

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The 27-year-old founder of Millennial Branding talks about managing a growing stable of products and services.
December 29, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
Bling It On: A New Option for Mobile Payments

Bling It On: A New Option for Mobile Payments

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A California yogurt shop and other merchants are turning to a new mobile commerce method that sticks it to cash and credit.
December 21, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
A Radical Business: Parenting Advice From Teens

A Radical Business: Parenting Advice From Teens

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The 25-year-old founder of RadicalParenting.com on creating a new niche.
December 20, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
Audimated.com: Helping Musicians Make Money

Audimated.com: Helping Musicians Make Money

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The 25-year-old founder talks about his startup challenges, including finding capital and managing growth.
December 8, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
The One-Paragraph Start-Up Plan

The One-Paragraph Start-Up Plan

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Use these five steps to write a practical business plan to launch a new company quickly.
December 7, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
Matt Mickiewicz: How I Started 99designs

Matt Mickiewicz: How I Started 99designs

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The 27-year-old entrepreneur discusses trusting his instincts, scaling growth online and driving revenue with user feedback.
November 29, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
The No-Exit Strategy

The No-Exit Strategy

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Sure, Duke Chung was tempted by a buyout offer. But he knew that he was worth much more. (He was right.)
November 23, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
Nick Friedman: How I Started College Hunks Hauling Junk

Nick Friedman: How I Started College Hunks Hauling Junk

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The franchise co-founder talks about handling startup red tape, getting the word out and the trouble with hiring friends.
November 16, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
The Young Entrepreneur's Generation Gap Challenge

The Young Entrepreneur's Generation Gap Challenge

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Here are three tips that will serve you well when dealing with an age bully.
November 11, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
How to Grow a Business Organically

How to Grow a Business Organically

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The founder of The Marketing Zen Group talks about giving customers what they wanted and scaling growth to meet demand.
November 10, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
College Startup Success Story, Revisited

College Startup Success Story, Revisited

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Garrett Camp sold StumbleUpon for a reported $75 million a year after graduation. Then he bought it back.
September 21, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
How They Roll

How They Roll

Robot Balls--that is, computerized spheres that can be rolled in any direction by touching a smartphone--are ready to take over the world.
September 21, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
Young Millionaires 2010

Young Millionaires 2010

Here's how four ultra-successful twentysomethings leveraged their brilliant ideas into major businesses online. And how you can, too.
August 24, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
Risk it When You're Young

Risk it When You're Young

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Why you shouldn't wait to start your business: You may never get back to it.
June 21, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs
If That Mini Dress Could Talk

If That Mini Dress Could Talk

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Well, actually, it does--on a new vintage website where every garment has a "past life."
June 21, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs

Top Honors

Business school students give a shout out to their schools--The Princeton Review's Student Opinion Honors for business schools.
March 11, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs

Vote For Art: Democratizing Collegiate Apparel

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Jeremy Parker infiltrated an institution and made crowdsourcing profitable
January 20, 2010 in Young Entrepreneurs

The Upstarts Are Coming

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An inside look at the latest book from renowned author and journalist, Donna Fenn
December 21, 2009 in Young Entrepreneurs

Schooling the Competition

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The top two winners at this year's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards show what it takes to balance higher education with entrepreneurial passion.
December 14, 2009 in Young Entrepreneurs
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