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Whiz kid from Stanford has a 'Eureka' moment in connecting people via cell phone.
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Treehugger's founder, raised by hippies, helped make conservation accessible to achieve success.
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Blue Nile has emerged as the country's biggest online jeweler after making it through the dot.com bust.
SparkPeople creates online community to help people reach their health-related goals.
CogniSign hopes its visual technology will change the way we search for images on the Internet, as Google did for text search.
Philip McCaleb took a passion from Europe and is now selling over 10,000 scooters a year in the U.S.