In lieu of in-person classes, Aceable steers teens towards their driver’s licenses via mobile app. Now it’s expanding to industries that require professional certifications.
12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte is the latest addition to the list.
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Jerrod Blandino worked at a makeup counter before building cosmetic and skin care company, Too Faced.
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In our series ’20 Questions,’ Damien Patton, the entrepreneur behind real-time event tracker app Banjo, shares how a tragedy inspired his business, along with advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
From retail to yard work and babysitting, these entrepreneurs share invaluable lessons they learned while working at their first summer job.
If you’re going to have a yard, you might as well make sure it’s at least pretty to look at.
For our ’20 Questions’ series, Josh Reeves, the co-founder and CEO of HR startup Gusto, shares why he loves making everyone’s jobs more enjoyable.
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Many of these business leaders wake up early and meditate.
After launching the restaurant in 2003, a father and son duo set out to make their Mexican-food concept a franchise.
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This company helps folks get a snapshot of the big game.
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The Democratic presidential nominee joins 11 other entities who faced trouble on the web.
Plus: Burger King now sells ‘Mac n’ Cheetos’ at select locations.
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After being let go from her advertising firm, Melissa Bushnell went home, baked 250 cupcakes and began her entrepreneurial journey.
Plus: Michelle Obama is on Snapchat.
Our elders took care of us, now it’s our turn to take care of them.