News and Articles About Teen Entrepreneurs
Learn how this young entrepreneur created his own company by the start of his teen years.
The earlier in life you make smart decisions, the longer you have to reap the benefits.
The second annual HUNCH Culinary Challenge asks teen chefs to cook up a dish to be served on the International Space Station.
Eighteen-year-old Bella Weems started her business to save up for a car but now with more than 60,000 independent sellers across the nation and millions in revenue, this teenage entrepreneur has her sights set on bigger things.
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Here are seven stories that turn the conventional wisdom, that life experience is what makes a great leader, on its head.
That's where the jobs are for the next generation -- and probably multiple generations after that.
Ollie Forsyth didn't let haters kill his spirit. Instead, he drew strength from dyslexic billionaire Richard Branson's stratospheric success story and used their cruel jabs to fuel his entrepreneurial fire.
At the age of 13, Isabella Rose Taylor -- whose eponymous line is currently stocked by Nordstrom -- is well on her way to helming a global fashion empire.
What happened when 15-year-old Erik Finman invested a $1,000 gift from his grandma in Bitcoin. Hint: Big money. New business.
Much-coveted shoes are being bartered and sold by high schoolers at sneaker conventions across the country at eye-opening prices, The New York Times reports.
Summly to shut down but founder and his team expected to join Yahoo.
Seventeen-year-old Nick D'Aloisio is fueling headlines over his news-summary app Summly, but he's not the only teenage-app maker in town. Here's a look at the rising trend.
Starting a Business
Fourteen-year-old entrepreneur Carter Kostler is hoping his fruit-infused water bottle will be his ticket to entrepreneurial success.
Starting a Business
See how the youth-oriented financial services company aims to cultivate more
than one million young entrepreneurs.
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