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$6.5K Per Day To Teach Kids About Bullying

Schools worldwide book him to put a stop to bullying.


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Why You Shouldn’t Rely On Self-Help Legal Websites

General guidelines can’t be applied to every business.


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The Rise of Casual Video Games

In 2009, 25 years after the invention of Tetris, a nearly bankrupt Finnish company called Rovio hit upon a similarly perfect fusion of game and device: Angry Birds.


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Ready, Set, Start A Business

Just ask Yanina Rosario, Assistant Director of the Small Business Development Center at USF.


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Uncle Milton Proves Educational Toys Still Fun

Uncle Milton’s Ant Farm was the craze of the 1950s and the company and the toy that spawned a frenzy and still sold in the millions was highlighted in September at Moonlight at the Ranch V: “Shake, Rattle & Roll!” A display of the two most famous Miltons of the 1950s – comic Berle and toy entrepreneur Levine – drew much attention and comment.


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Website Aims To Share Information About Famous Scientists/Inventors

What makes FamousScientists.org better than other portals is its huge collection of more than 120 in-depth and high-quality articles about the lives and biographies of famous scientists and inventors from around the world, and also their pictures.


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Hands-On Entrepreneurs Get An Edge

Slathering mayonnaise and spreading fresh roasted turkey on a handmade sub can be a mundane task, but for Augustin Nemet it’s a symbol of ownership and purpose.


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A Niche In 3 Fluid Ounces

Launched in February, 3floz offers a range of luxury skin and hair care products for men and women, all in travel-friendly sizes of 3 fluid ounces (100 ml) or less.


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Today in Entrepreneurial History: October 2

John Logie Baird FRSE (13 August 1888 – 14 June 1946) was a Scottish engineer and inventor of the world’s first practical, publicly demonstrated television system, and also the world’s first fully electronic color television tube.


Rovio Lets Angry Birds Roam Free

Rovio Entertainment Ltd., the games company behind the immensely popular Angry Birds franchise, is changing its business strategy, aiming to earn more money by making its games free.