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Claire Coder, 23, got her first taste of entrepreneurship at just seven years old. Seeing construction workers laboring outside one hot day, she thought a lemonade stand might make a successful venture, but then it dawned on her that she had never seen her dad—also a construction...

When Charlie Javice graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, she was struck by the number of people she knew who were choosing jobs they didn’t really want. Many of her peers did not have the freedom to look for work they were passionate...

When Sabrina Natasha Habib was in college, she was intrigued by the idea of moving to a foreign country and working in a local community. Following graduation, the 31-year-old Toronto native got that chance. Habib landed a fellowship in Kenya. One day, she accompanied colleagues to a...

Kiera Please started posting about hair and fashion on Instagram in 2012, with the goal of simply expressing herself online. But as she noticed an uptick in followers, the 24-year-old soon realized her self-expression was a tangible business asset. Having majored in advertising at Virginia Commonwealth University,...

by Katherine Griffin In 2040, African Americans and Latinos will make up nearly 40 percent of the population of the United States. Yet if present trends in the technology workforce continue, they will hold just 5 percent of tech jobs at the top companies. Laura Weidman Powers...

Entrepreneur leverages the power of technology to improve health outcomes Yuting Su has always focused on helping people, but her methods for doing so have changed—and dramatically. The 30-year-old, who is originally from Taiwan, once worked in a hospital as a respiratory therapist. In that job,...

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