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Caesar Salad


Caesar Salad – the name suggests European Cuisine, right? Wrong. Learn how a desperate restaurant owner in Mexico invented the famous Caesar Salad.

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Twitch: Video Games as Spectator Sport


The entrepreneurs behind Justin.tv thought they were going to revolutionize online entertainment and conquer television. That didn’t happen, exactly. But they did end up stumbling onto a niche that they never would have anticipated: video games as a spectator sport.

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Jeff Bezos’ Amazon Empire (It’s Bigger Than You Think)

Jeff Bezos' Amazon Empire (It's Bigger Than You Think)

Amazon grew at an enormous pace in the late nineties. It didn’t make a dime doing it, but its goal wasn’t to turn a profit. It was to create customers who would keep coming back. Today, Amazon is bigger than ever, and it’s making money. From hosting sites like Netflix to manufacturing its own hardware, Amazon is a whole lot more than an online bookstore. You’ll be surprised to find just how big it is.

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Mismatched Socks: A $5 Million Idea

littlemissmatched - Little Miss Matched

It was an idea that even they didn’t take seriously at first. But some careful planning, a smart marketing plan, and a healthy dose of imagination helped these three friends turn a joke about selling mismatched socks into a five million dollar business.

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Entrepreneur Hall of Fame: The Trampoline

Olympic Trampoline

George Nissen loved athletics his whole life. But a family trip to the circus in 1934 would inspire him to change the landscape of gymnastics forever. His invention–the trampoline–launched a new sport that became an Olympic event.

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