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Entrepreneurship is finally getting the rave reviews it deserves across the pond.

By Michelle Prather • Feb 1, 2002

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In the United States, there's that little notion of TheAmerican Dream. But Europeans have been slow to seek a piece of theentrepreneurial pie. "New money"--not to mention quickmoney--was distrusted in the United Kingdom, and failure was like ascarlet F. In Sweden, corporate security was the aspiration.

All that's changed, thanks to the Internet gold rush. Whilethe dotcom bubble burst in Europe as it did here, the boom brokethe mold, and now being an entrepreneur is all the rage.

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