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Doctor Turned Entrepreneur

As an orthopedic and spinal surgeon in training in 2004, Dr.


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Chickens Are Hot in a Recession

Back in the early ’80s, when the nation was gripped by recession, Duane Schiedler and his wife, Julie, retooled their cabinet shop to churn out geodesic-dome greenhouses.


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The Indian “Tampon King”

When Arunachalam Muruganantham spotted his wife gathering dirty rags in their home one day he asked her what they were for.


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School Of Music

SchoolOfMusic.com recruits music teachers and then provides music lessons in students' homes, teachers' home studios, and after school programs. Their bizop is a must see!

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Opportunities for ‘Accidental’ Landlords

You might have seen the term ‘accidental landlords’ floating around lately.


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Creating A Catchy Business Name

According to David Burd, president of The Naming Company in East Stroudsburg, Pa., it’s common for new entrepreneurs to try to convey too much in their business names.


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Niche: Healthy Vending Geared Toward Kids

It is no secret that childhood obesity and its associated risk factors have become a great cause for concern across the United States in recent years, but self-described social entrepreneur and advocate for healthy living Andy Mackensen wants to change all that.


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Niche Biz: ‘Butler/Maid-For-A-Day’ Service

As a fun gift alternative, hiring a butler or maid for a day can be a thoughtful and surprising way to reward someone whose home duties are normally fairly demanding.


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Lobster, Crate To Plate

They just launched Crate to Plate, modeled after Community Supported Agriculture and Community Supported Fisheries programs, in which consumers buy a share of the farm or a boat before the season and receive the harvest for several months.


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Laser Could Revolutionize Fresh Food Labeling

Greg Drouillard may join a select list – including guys named Jobs and Wozniak – who started a digital revolution from their home garages.


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