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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Startup Camp (Part 1)

Divorce and summer camp do not typically spring to mind when we think of entrepreneurs. But Steve Susskind turned those radically different seminal experiences into grist for his life’s work. Today, he’s leading an unusual organization that excels in prototyping,…

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Chocolate Happiness

An apple a day is so yesterday. Instead, why not eat a chocolate bar everyday? Yes, take something bad and make it good. Not just any chocolate bar, but a probiotic-infused chocolate bar. What’s happening here? Treats are being crossed…

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Fast Food Gets Boozy

Want a rich bottle of Pinot with that burger? A smooth Sauvignon Blanc with that Protein Bistro Box? Just like that, fast food and fast coffee joints are crossing traditional barriers and tapping our growing thirst for wine and beer….

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Summer’s Siren Call

Mary Margaret Stewart skipped math and history for art classes, and upon graduation from high school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, couldn’t get to Europe fast enough. She fell hard for Paris, and for her first love, and that summer abroad became…

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