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Steve Greenspon started Honey-Can-Do International with this idea: become a retailer's one-stop shop for products like hangers and shoe racks. Five years later, it's a $40 million global business and growing. Read the story
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Big Ten Network President Mark Silverman talks about his goal of reaching 60 million homes by 2015 and why he's hoping ad buyers will start changing their habits.
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When Lil' Ed Williams became a member of Crain's 40 Under 40 class of 1992, he was 37 and building a national reputation as a fiery blues performer. Today, he's still recording and touring the world.
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Paul Zeller, Zeller Realty Group's chairman and founder, talks about the Wrigley Building renovation and the starlet's potential successor. Read the story
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Bill Martin, founder and executive vice president of ShopperTrak, explains how his shopper-counting devices can boost retail sales.
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The chief financial officer uses a fast-paced strength-training program to build muscle and burn calories at the same time.
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