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Alex Friedman and Jordana Kier learned on the fly to turn their organic tampon company into a VC-funded reality.
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Pooja Sankar gave new meaning to the word 'scrappy' as she built her online question-and-answer forum.
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Finding new capital, calming staff nerves and making sure the brand's reputation was intact called for calm leadership and quick thinking.
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The CEO of the Girl Scouts Wants to Turn Today's Cookie Sellers Into Tomorrow's Powerful Female Entrepreneurs
Sylvia Acevedo wants every girl to know how to access -- and create -- opportunity.