Founders Flash

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.

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