This week’s articles highlight opportunities and challenges for student entrepreneurs and feature stories about entrepreneurs who took unconventional routes to success. NBA Great Charles Barkley to Give Tech Startup $25K – Jason Fell, Entrepreneur NBA Hall of Famer will help a college student get their business off the ground. Landing and Waiting – Sophia Hollander, Wall Street Journal Columbia Business School students are solving JFK Airport’s taxi supply-and-demand problem. Dropbox: The Inside Story Of Tech's Hottest Startup – Victoria Barret, Forbes Digital storage company passed up the opportunity to be bought by Steve Jobs. An Entrepreneur's Rise From Backseat to Boardroom – Kent Bernhard Jr., Portfolio After sleeping in the backseat of his car, Jason Kulpa built and sold one company for $10 million, then launched the fastest-growing private firm in San Diego. This post was authored by Founders Workbench.