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He was definitely cut out for this business: Quintin Middleton shows off his chops with high-quality culinary cutware.
Two former baseball players throw a curve at the consumer quest for caffeine. From our Business Unusual file.
How the founders of the YOLO Board have glided to the front of the stand-up paddling crowd.
How one beer lover tanked his career in favor of teaching people about his beverage of choice
Paperfeet is building an eco-friendly business out of discarded billboard materials.
A Nashville school trains people to get behind the wheel and shuttle rock entertainers to their next gig.
A Colorado salon adds a heavy dose of style as it takes away unwanted hair
A couple turns restaurants' cooking oil into soap -- and sells it back to the establishments.
Mark Bello perfected the pizza, then built a business teaching pizza-crazed New Yorkers how to do it themselves.
Jasbina Ahluwalia is making the ancient tradition of Indian matchmaking a 21st century business.
How one mammal spawned an entire industry
Scratch-and-sniff wallpaper is just the beginning for Jon Sherman's fantastically eccentric company, Flavor Paper.
Drybar will style your mane (and pour your champagne) for $35. No wonder business is booming.
Two L.A. entrepreneurs have dreamed up the perfect plane for the weekend aviator.
A former Wall Street analyst spins his yo-yo passion into a million-dollar-plus business.
How Peter D'Amato's strange obsession made him America's biggest dealer of carnivorous plants
Creepy and Eerie, the graphic 1960s horror comic books, were deader than dead--until the Braun twins came along.
Russ Allen brings shrimping to a landlocked region.
Former Navy SEAL Randy Hetrick stitched together a gizmo that turned into a $20 million business.
Sheila Kelley's S Factor cleans up on dirty dancing.
What if there was a service to match rabid sports fans with home owners across the country?
Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs are tapping into the mad enthusiasm of home cooks.
Steven Villegas fancied a man-skirt. Turns out he wasn't the only one.
Budget your time wisely--or risk being ruled by the internet.
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