Joel Holland, 25, is the founder and CEO of Footage Firm in Reston, Va.
Sure, Duke Chung was tempted by a buyout offer. But he knew that he was worth much more. (He was right.)
Hate standing in line? So did two Babson College roommates -- until they built a business on how to avoid them.
Garrett Camp sold StumbleUpon for a reported $75 million a year after graduation. Then he bought it back.
Getaround combines the car rental business with mobile technology and environmental awareness.
Today's episode: How to turn a class project into a multimillion-dollar business. (No degree required.)
Why you shouldn't wait to start your business: You may never get back to it.
Hire your smartest classmates by setting up an internship program.
Figure out what's bugging your classmates and you just might discover a business idea.
The two concepts don't have to be mutually exclusive, as the founders of iContact prove.
For the founders of IdeaPaint, Babson College was incubator, investment source, tester and--finally--customer.
The founders of Tatto Media bootstrapped their startup and now they're running a $100 million company.
Long walks in high heels inspired two women to create something easier on the feet--with a little help from their university.
Study abroad, and find the business opportunity of a lifetime.
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