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I wanted to read a magazine that was an ode to pop culture and its ever evolving parameters. I realized there was no magazine out there like this, and that’s the genesis of FYI.
Latina trailblazer Nina Vaca resurrected her failing tech company and turned it into a major industry player.
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Nada Kiblawi was born in a refugee camp, lived through a few wars and finally found safe haven and economic independence as an entrepreneur in the U.S.
In the coming months The Story Exchange will be joining the national conversation on immigration reform by telling the personal stories of immigrant entrepreneurs. Watch the first profile in our new series.
Laura Zander, who started Jimmy Beans Wool as a hobby and turned it into a multi-million dollar business, offers advice on how to grow with limited funds.
Joy Opfer left her internet job to return to her steel industry roots and hand craft eco-jewelry, now worn by top celebrities.
Aside from your new look, Ana Perez thinks there’s something else going on in hair salons that can make you feel better.
At 21, Jocelyn Chng took over a family business to provide for her five siblings and grew it to a company that today employs hundreds.
Problems can be opportunities – if you look for them that is. For small business owners, there’s been plenty of soul searching as a result of the great recession.
Puifung Leung is on a mission to make trade more equitable. She pays farmers a fair price for their crops, which she uses to make drinks and snacks.