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Store Finds Its Niche By Marketing ‘DUI Scooters’

New to the scooter business, Doug Vitello and Gary Parr worked hard to meet their customers’ needs.


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Is Your Honey Funny?

North Carolina is the latest state to create a standard that defines “pure honey” in a bid to curb the sale of products that have that label but are mostly corn syrup or other additives.


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How Not To Market Your Cleaning Service: Breaking And Entering

Westlake police now have a woman in custody they said is the “cleaning fairy”


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Making Money Stealing Garbage

The theft ring began as Grasso, a New York State Division of Parole parolee, was attempting to get back into the waste trade industry.


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Traffic Ticket Insurance

Indian River County’s Ian Sidles, age 25, and Dustin Boring, 30, incorporated Pre-Paid Auto Club in August.


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Inventors Wanted: Stop Cell Phone Use In Prisons

The illicit use of cell phones by prisoners is a danger to public safety and must be addressed,” declared the DoC’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration boss Lawrence Strickling upon release of a Notice of Inquiry.


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What Kind of Business Would An Anthropologist Start?

A Senior forensics and crime scene lecturer at Teesside University is launching a new digital business which will help the police to identify human remains.


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Watch Videos and Fight Crime

If you own a computer you can now fight crime and potentially win a prize.


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Today in Entrepreneurial History: October 17

In 1929, the Bureau of Prohibition agent Eliot Ness began an investigation of Capone and his business, attempting to get a conviction for Prohibition violations.


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Using Prisoners To Make Electricity

Brazil’s Santa Rita do Sapucaí prison has found a new source of alternative energy: its own prisoners.