Courting Young Inventors

A.J. Khubani, infomercial king, is looking towards an unlikely group of people for his next big idea reports The Washington Street Journal. The chief executive officer of Telebrands, the As-Seen-on-TV marketing company behind peel-and-stick adhesive light bulbs and mini-stairs for pets, is holding the first Student Inventors Day on Wednesday in partnership with the Liberty […]

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Update: Hot Toys

A front runner hasn’t emerged in the toy-of-the-season race reports The Chicago Tribune. But there are some contenders. Something called Squinkies tops the list. The “soft and squishy figures” can be worn as jewelry, put on top pencils or collected. But more importantly–they’re cheap. Industry experts say inexpensive collectibles are one sector of the toy

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How To: Kids Consignment

Shopping consignment for discount clothing is always fun if you’re a deal seeker, but what if you wanted to do your own consignment sale? For the entrepreneur that likes deals and would like to make some money, one business is offering the education you need. Jenifer is the owner of Consignamania, a business that teaches

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Don’t Bank On Self-Employment

If the news is any indicator then entrepreneurship among people under 18 is on the rise. However, The Independent feels that it is all a little premature. The benefits of youth entrepreneurship are obvious. However, the notion of entrepreneurship being the key to solving the youth employment crisis is certainly exaggerated. Indeed, there are at

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