In the fall of 2007, T.J.
While reviewing a thick legal document in her office one night at 2:00 a.m., corporate attorney YiShaun Yang had an epiphany – she realized the desire to be her own boss and the need to contribute to society in her own way.
The e-mail confirmed it: everything was finally back on schedule after weeks of maddening, inexplicable delay.
A couple Stanford Business School grads have started a company in the Bay Area to deliver lunch to office workers.
Thingverse is a website to swap digital files for 3D printing tiny objects.
“It’s a different type of stress,” she said during an interview this month as one of her seven dogs, Basta, a four-year-old Italian mastiff, sat at her feet.
Shulman, the mother of two, is a self-described “mompreneur.” As her children went off to school, she worked at various jobs and became known as a never-say-no volunteer.
After more than a decade of success in Arizona, Larry “Lo-Lo” and Rasheedah White, founders of Lo-Lo’s Chicken & Waffles, are ready to start a soul food revolution.
The chalkboard menu features burgers, melts and hot dogs — served on homemade breads and buns — and potato chips kettle-fried on the premises in two flavors, regular and sweet onion.
The ability to rent a home rather than a hotel room isn’t all that’s on offer from Traveler’s Haven.