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Dan Tarantin lost his father at age 13. To help his family, he got a job at a sub shop and learned the ins and outs of running a business ownership. Today he serves as CEO of HRI.
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Jacquelyn Quattro grew up using her mother's homemade natural beauty remedies. As an adult, she sold off her designer goods to fund her own all-natural cosmetics brand.
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Kari DePhillips of The Content Factory knew commuting would never be part of her company's culture. Here's why she and her remote team take "workations" around the world.
Buying American-made products means supporting local economies and jobs. The following companies manufacture their products right here in America.
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From cleaning up dog poop to degreasing skeletons, these businesses that deal with the gross parts of life are here to help.
From science-based skin care to colorful cosmetics, these creative beauty businesses will inspire you.
Alon Ozery learned to bake pita bread in his grandmother's kitchen as a child. Later, he and his brother used that experience to launch an international business.
Brian Scudamore started and grew 1-800 GOT JUNK into a multimillion dollar company, but he thinks his latest venture, 1-888-WOW-1DAY! Painting, has the potential to be even bigger.
What you loved about pop culture years ago is making a comeback as businesses to experience those memories all over again.
Steve Cody, founder and CEO of The Better Software Company, dropped out of high school and found support through a family member to kickstart his entrepreneurial journey.
TripActions aims to make the business travel experience rewarding for employees and employers. Co-founder and CEO Ariel Cohen shares the company's story.
Entrepreneur Steve Jackson worked his way up from teenage pizza delivery boy to CEO of a thriving pizza franchise. Here's his story of success.
At age 22, Robyn Santiago was bartending at the restaurant she would later own with her husband. The busy entrepreneur also founded Illumination PR. Santiago shares her journey.
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For nearly 100 years, Paper Mart has been successfully selling paper and janitorial supplies. Fourth-generation president Buffy Frick Simoni shares her family's story.
Lani Dolifka and her husband Don became passionate about safe drinking water due to local water contamination back in the 1980s. Today, they run Watermill Express together.
Jay Coughlan learned the hard way that adversity can't be avoided. After spending six months in prison, he turned his life around and became CEO of TruBalanced.