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Articles by Deborah Huso
As a champion for individuality in 19th-century American, Ralph Waldo Emerson earned his enduring legacy.
One family's organic tea farm, the source of the popular Teatulia products, raises the standard of living in a region of Bangladesh.
Chef Art Smith developed an early love of fresh, homegrown food, as well as a surprisingly diverse palate for a child. "I credit my mother with developing my taste for food," says the celebrity chef, author and restaurateur who spent a decade cooking for Oprah Winfrey. "My mother would always place some new food on my tongue and say, 'Honey, try this. I know you're going to like it.'"
Learning and growing into an entrepreneur's minset-- life skills, action strategies and purpose, among others-- has little to do with making lots of money. See how entrepreneurs are made, not born.
Convenience and personalized service is what made this luxury startup successful, even in a recession.
Tennis great Arthur Ashe advocated for AIDS research as well as racial equality.
Differentiate yourself from the competition. Create a service experience.
Be customer-centric and your social media marketing and customer service efforts will improve.
Although Henry Clay had little formal education, he holds a revered place in American history.
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