"Social entrepreneurship" - not an oxymoron

Jan 19, 2006
Cheryl Dahl of the magazine 'Fast Company' discusses this year's top social entrepreneurs with host Lisa Napoli.
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A better world through books?

Jan 9, 2006
Any college student will tell you that textbooks are expensive. But one start-up has a novel approach: It donates its profits to charity. From the Marketplace Entrepreneurship Desk, Bill Poorman reports.
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Entrepreneurs fret

Jan 2, 2006
The dawn of 2006 brought a fresh round of concerns for the nation's entrepreneurs. Bill Poorman has the details.
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Kid movies

Dec 27, 2005
People like to hit the movie theaters during the holidays. But if you've got kids the choices can be scarce. A lot of animated fare goes straight to DVD. But Brian Watt reports on a new deal that could change that.
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Entrepreneurship in Cuba

Dec 12, 2005
Author Rosa Lowenger talks to host Lisa Napoli about her new book, "Tropicana Nights," which looks at how one entrepreneur thrived in Cuba despite the centrally planned economy... and how new businesses are coming up.
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Private space shuttles?

Dec 9, 2005
Once the Space Shuttle program is discontinued in 2010, NASA wants the private sector to take over deliveries of materiel and personnel to the International Space Station. Is the private sector ready? Bill Poorman reports.
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A final note...

Dec 7, 2005
... cool enough to get its own story. Jason Freeman today release a thing called the iTunes Signature Maker (iTSM). It creates a short audio file out of your most-played and highest rated music. Check it out!
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All in the Family

Aug 20, 2005
Thirty percent of businesses listed on the S&P 500 are family owned. But how do you separate personal life from professional life? David Welch reports on the rise of the family business shrink.
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