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Ice cream has really gone to the dogs.
These little piggybackers went aftermarket . . . and reaped the benefits of a built-in consumer base.
You want attention? Go on TV. You want to clear out your inventory? Go on a shopping channel.
This tea-selling duo knows the joys of making money--and then giving it away.
From underground phenomenon to national icon, your business can be a leader in its own right.
. . . the trials of growing a business . . . the rewards of independence and ownership. Behind the magic and the mystery hides an entrepreneurial tale. Join the initiated and learn what Harry has to say about doing business.
You may hate your old bosses like Lucifer, but you can learn from them. Just don't join their minions.
Would you water-ski from a blimp to promote your Web site?
Big Brother didn't show up in 1984, but in 2001, technology and fiction are finally starting to see eye to eye. So what is your business doing about it?
If you think businesses need big, grimy cities to succeed, check out Lexington, Kentucky, and decide for yourself whether the grass is bluer on the other side.
Before you utter those famous last words, milk that corporate job for all it's worth-your new start-up will thank you.
They're a little offbeat. They sell weird stuff on the Web. This is their story.
Is the cross-stitch industry crafty enough to halt Napsteresque pattern swapping?
Anybody can start a business . . . but not everybody makes it. Meet the <i>entrepreneurial </i>survivors.
Imagine starting an Internet-based business with your own money. OK . . . now stop laughing--these entrepreneurs did it and lived to tell the tale.