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How This Immigrant Entrepreneur Turned Trash into Millions (VIDEO)

Inspiring entrepreneur Maria Rios taught herself English, put herself through college and opened her own successful waste business.

How This Immigrant Entrepreneur Turned Trash into Millions (VIDEO)

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All Ears: How This A.I. Startup is Helping Make Cars that Listen

This tech startup is teaching cars to “listen” to the sounds around them to make drivers, pedestrians and city streets safer.

All Ears: How This A.I. Startup is Helping Make Cars that Listen

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The Final Four: Meet the Finalists (and winner!) in the Chamber’s MBA Competition

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation invited the top business students to examine the public perception of business and the crucial role commerce plays in our society.

The Final Four: Meet the Finalists (and winner!) in the Chamber’s MBA Competition

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Businesses Rush to Aid California Wildfire Survivors (And How You Can Help, Too)

These big and small businesses are stepping up to help California wildfire survivors and evacuees, and the firefighters combating the blazes.

Businesses Rush to Aid California Wildfire Survivors (And How You Can Help, Too)

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How This Startup Uses Tech to Teach Students Real-World Life Skills

Everfi equips students with critical real-world skills, including financial literacy, online privacy and, most recently, how to safely take prescription meds to curb addiction.

How This Startup Uses Tech to Teach Students Real-World Life Skills

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3 Cyber Security Companies Protecting You—Whether You Know It or Not

Take an inside look at these three examples of a new kind of cyber security.

3 Cyber Security Companies Protecting You—Whether You Know It or Not

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Reinventing Hanukkah: How One Small Business is Rethinking Jewish Gift Giving

Amy Kritzer’s entrepreneurial journey began with what she knew: Jewish Food. She started What Jew Wanna Eat, a food blog, in 2010 as a way to share her take on traditional Jewish recipes. She modernizes these recipes and often offers healthier alternatives and garnered a huge following. Last year she had the opportunity to come out with her own cookbook, “Sweet Noshings.” That’s when she knew she was onto something. And it was just the beginning. She went on to buy ModernTribe, alongside her brother Andrew, a Jewish gift shop. Moved the store solely online, and is working feverishly to bring “modern design to Jewish lives.” The website sells everything from custom dreidels, chic and industrial Menorahs, gourmet latkes to jewelry and an assortment of Bar and Bat Mitzvah Gifts.  And even a diamond-laden Yarmulke, billed the most expensive in the world. But the Hanukkah season makes up 40% of […]

Reinventing Hanukkah: How One Small Business is Rethinking Jewish Gift Giving

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How This Startup is Bridging the Hearing Gap

KinTrans makes real-time sign language translation software — it automatically takes sign language and transforms it into spoken words.

How This Startup is Bridging the Hearing Gap

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Brown Going Green: This Portland Startup And UPS Are Pedaling Toward a Greener Future

Entrepreneur Bill Stites created a three-wheeled eBike built to handle the demands of business. Find out how he's working with UPS to power greener shipping.

Brown Going Green: This Portland Startup And UPS Are Pedaling Toward a Greener Future

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How One Meal Kit Startup is Bringing Hershey’s To Your Front Door

The legendary American candy maker recently partnered with Chef'd to add its iconic chocolate treats to some seriously sweet meal kit offerings.

How One Meal Kit Startup is Bringing Hershey’s To Your Front Door

5 Incubators and Accelerators Powering Nashville’s Sizzling Startup Scene

These Petri dishes for entrepreneurial innovation are giving rise to a fresh crop of promising startups in the music and healthcare industries and beyond.

5 Incubators and Accelerators Powering Nashville’s Sizzling Startup Scene

Silicon Cities | True innovation

Energy Strong: After Harvey, These Golden Pass Employees Rescued More than 500 Texans

This small business jumped to action and rescued more than 500 people following Hurricane Harvey.

Energy Strong: After Harvey, These Golden Pass Employees Rescued More than 500 Texans

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