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Young Entrepreneurs

Starting a Business

The One-Paragraph Start-Up Plan

Use these five steps to write a practical business plan to launch a new company quickly.
Starting a Business

Matt Mickiewicz: How I Started 99designs

The 27-year-old entrepreneur discusses trusting his instincts, scaling growth online and driving revenue with user feedback.
Starting a Business

The No-Exit Strategy

Sure, Duke Chung was tempted by a buyout offer. But he knew that he was worth much more. (He was right.)
Starting a Business

Nick Friedman: How I Started College Hunks Hauling Junk

The franchise co-founder talks about handling startup red tape, getting the word out and the trouble with hiring friends.
Starting a Business

The Young Entrepreneur's Generation Gap Challenge

Here are three tips that will serve you well when dealing with an age bully.
Starting a Business

How to Grow a Business Organically

The founder of The Marketing Zen Group talks about giving customers what they wanted and scaling growth to meet demand.
Starting a Business

Aaron Patzer: How I Started Mint.com

The online entrepreneur talks about ditching his day job, finding investors and hiring top talent to launch his startup.
Starting a Business

Finding a Business in Jumping the Line

Hate standing in line? So did two Babson College roommates -- until they built a business on how to avoid them.
Starting a Business

How to Ditch the Cube

Pamela Slim, author of <em>Cubicle Nation</em>, wants to set you free. Consider her advice for opting out of corporate life.
Entrepreneurs

College Startup Success Story, Revisited

Garrett Camp sold StumbleUpon for a reported $75 million a year after graduation. Then he bought it back.
Entrepreneurs

How They Roll

Robot Balls--that is, computerized spheres that can be rolled in any direction by touching a smartphone--are ready to take over the world.
Starting a Business

Young Millionaires 2010

Here's how four ultra-successful twentysomethings leveraged their brilliant ideas into major businesses online. And how you can, too.
Starting a Business

Reinventing the Wheels

Getaround combines the car rental business with mobile technology and environmental awareness.
Starting a Business

I'm an Entrepreneur; Get Me Out of Here!

Today's episode: How to turn a class project into a multimillion-dollar business. (No degree required.)
Starting a Business

If That Mini Dress Could Talk

Well, actually, it does--on a new vintage website where every garment has a "past life."