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A site once reserved for woodworkers to advertise their services is today helping young-entrepreneur makers quit their jobs -- and still earn a living.
When he was just 9 years old, Greyson Maclean discovered the key to his Lego frustrations on a pair of sunglasses.
Brewmaster Gregory Hall brings 'advanced' cider to the U.S.
RoommateFit, an online matching software modeled after online dating sites, grew out of Justin Mares' bad roommate experience his freshman year.
Justin 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.
Ryo 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.
Former 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.
This start-up crowdfunding site isn't just up against giants like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, it also has the JOBS Act to contend with. Here, the founder dishes on the site's progress and overcoming obstacles.
A doctor and nurse team up to open the first Doctors Express urgent-care franchise in Florida.
Each 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.
Weather buff Martin Lisius founded Tempest Tours after years of chasing storms himself.
BioLite CampStove could be a force in reducing air pollution and deforestation all while charging your cellphone and toasting s'mores.
The web-based exchange connects advertisers with billboard owners without the need for document swaps and epic location-scouting.
From artists to chefs to designers, making money is still considered taboo. But when you want to make it big in fashionable industries, being able to earn a buck is often key.
How Flash Pals is gaining traction with its fuzzy animal-themed storage devices.
When Apple introduced its Newsstand feature last October, this startup was poised to provide much of the digital content magazine subscribers wanted.
When one young entrepreneur witnessed a line forming at her favorite food truck in New York City, she also saw a business opportunity.
Sixteen-year-old contest winner Greyson McCluskey gets the rare opportunity to work with a team of innovation pros to help him turn his big idea into a reality.
Palo Alto Software founder Tim Berry talks about his family of entrepreneurs and asks the question: Can young entrepreneurs be cultivated?
His new autobiography chronicles Allen's unexpected journey from professional basketball player to urban farming pioneer.
The microblogging-site founder dishes about the evolution of Tumblr and why he loves the Big Apple.
Learning doesn't have to end at graduation. Here's how Malcolm Ong and Michael Karnjanaprakorn built a business that aims to put learning first.
Artist Tess Lojacono talks about winning the "Experienced Dreamers" contest designed to lure middle-aged entrepreneurs to Pittsburgh.
The 'Avengers' star is a great case study for anyone launching a new venture or attempting a midlife comeback.
Former college buddies find fast-track growth with a business that makes meals more social.