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The Man Who Makes Money Off Earthquakes

The QuakeGuard system on which SWS was founded differs from other earthquake detection technologies because it provides the user with a different kind of information, Dickson said.


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Inventor or Entrepreneur?

An entrepreneur may also happen to be an inventor, or he or she may borrow something from working elsewhere, make a slight tweak to an existing product, or just change the way something is distributed.


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When Selling Food, Trust Your Gut

Nothing will tell you how good the food is quite like your stomach.


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Wine Cellar Innovations Makes Storage Simple At Any Size

Founder and creator Jim Deckebach’s love of fine wines and foods began in 1974 when he studied in France.


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When That Crazy Idea Hits, Run With It

Through my passion for buying and selling estate items, I uncovered a huge, unfilled niche.


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Do You Need A College Degree?

A number of people might argue that a college education isn’t necessary, but I think it is important to get a college degree before becoming an entrepreneur.


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Tourism Lets Entrepreneurs Make A Living Off Their Passions

In Atlantic City,” as Jeff George puts it, “the (guests) can turn over nightly, or every couple of days.


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Entrepreneur Resurrects Ice Cream Biz

Eugene Fernandez calls his ice cream “homemade,” but that’s not quite accurate — “cone made” is more like it.



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A Tailor-Made Business

Mr Grant completed his EMBA in October 2005 and tied-up the purchase of Norton & Sons in December of the same year.