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Chris Nolte was an avid cyclist before a debilitating back injury suffered in Iraq. He got back on the road and is helping others, too.
He had a successful desk job, but he wanted more.
A marine and firefighter got a second career making others feel at home.
Time in the military taught these 10 entrepreneurs how to run successful businesses.
If you served your country, these companies make franchising easier for you.
Today's generation of veterans enter a different business world than their predecessors. Luckily, there's help.
It took hitting rock bottom for the war vet Earl Granville to take back his life.
Nick Palmisciano combined a dark sense of humor with a warrior-like approach to business and came up big with his apparel and lifestyle company Ranger Up. Here's how he did it.
Brian Steorts is the owner of a veteran-run business called Flags of Valor. Here, he shares how working with "America's best" is an entrepreneurial privilege.
Military talents can transfer well to guiding a team through the challenges of starting and running a small business.