Entrepreneur Magazine: December 2011

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Editor's Note: Lessons Learned, Opportunities Created

Entrepreneur Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Amy Cosper reflects on 2011 as a turning-point year.

Snowboard Upstarts Break New Ground

The snowboarding industry is on fire, as evidenced by these two newcomers proving it with their own spin.

Three Companies Carving a Niche in Snow Sports

These small businesses are keeping the powder (and the industry) fresh.

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