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Taco Bell Avoids Childhood-Obesity Debate by Axing Kids' Meals

The Mexican-style fast-food chain said it was discontinuing menu items and toys geared toward children, as the national debate on obesity intensifies.

Ray Hennessey

From Powering Businesses to Empowering Kids

Fresh out of college with an enviable consultant job, Andrea Lo decided to quit so she could create Piggybackr, an online platform that helps kids raise money for causes.

Teaching Kids to Code With Youth Digital

With a heightened emphasis on learning to code, Youth Digital wants to help the next generation of young entrepreneurs succeed.

Marketing to Teens? What You Need to Know About Tumblr

A recent survey of teenage and young-adult social media users found that people in those age groups prefer Tumblr to Facebook or Twitter.

Matt Wilson

Why a 12-Year-Old Launched His Own Social Network

Grom Social is a network for kids, Facebook's more lucrative Hacker Cup, a Pinterest for cats and more.

How to Raise Entrepreneurial Kids

Five parenting tips to help your kids become leaders and entrepreneurs.

Nadia Goodman

How Pre-Teen Entrepreneurs Cut Their Teeth in Book Publishing

From illustrated fantasy to business reality, see how these young treps learned stiff business lessons, care of their children's-book author dad.

Rob Salkowitz

Kid Franchises Tap the Tyke Market

Whether its playstation-equipped restaurants or swim schools, franchise companies are targeting kids -- and the parents who will pay up for their services.

How I Raised a Family of Entrepreneurs

An entrepreneur and father to a brood of business owners talks about bringing up kids to be entrepreneurs.

Tim Berry

Look Out Lunch Ladies, Here Comes Wholesome Tummies

This new franchise delivers meals to schools and kicks PB&J to the curb.

Jason Daley

Mom's Startup Success Story: 'Open Table' Reservation Service for Babysitters

A social media answer for helping parents find reliable, trusted babysitters -- fast

Gwen Moran

How a 9-Year-Old Entrepreneur's Business Went Viral

Millions of people have tuned into an 11-minute video of entrepreneur Caine Monroy's cardboard arcade creation, but how did that video catch on when so many others don't? To figure it out, we asked the experts to give us their best viral-video tips.

Diana Ransom