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Advice on starting and developing a small business is offered through profiles of successful entrepreneurs.
December 24, 2000
A visit to a Colorado business that markets vegetarian breath mints.
November 12, 2000
A look at Don MacInnis's Record Technology Inc., which manufactures high-quality vinyl records.
November 5, 2000
Tips on maintaining a business over the long haul.
October 29, 2000
A profile of E-Poxy's Donald Dzekciorius, whose company manufactures adhesives for the construction industry.
October 15, 2000
A profile of drug-store magnate Jose Navarro, whose Miami-based pharmacy chain became successful by cultivating a Hispanic clientele.
October 8, 2000
Five entrepreneurs talk about staffing a fast-growing company.
September 24, 2000
A profile of independent advertising executive Tere Zubizaretta, whose clients include Ford Motors, Johnson & Johnson and American Airlines.
September 10, 2000
Tips on marketing a business in cyberspace include a look at companies who have scored with Web sites.
September 3, 2000
A look at CafePilon, a Cuban-coffee business based in Miami that specializes in exotic blends.
August 27, 2000
A California publishing company that specializes in sign-language course material.
August 20, 2000
A visit to Florida's Feasel's Paint & Glass.
July 23, 2000
How small businesses attract top employees.
July 9, 2000
The impact of product longevity on a business.
July 2, 2000
Marty Edelston discusses the success of Boardroom, Inc., one of the largest newsletter publishers in the U.S. The company's annual sales figures top $100 million.
June 18, 2000
A profile of Bill Tobin, the founder of PC Flowers and Gifts, one of the largest lawn-care companies on Long Island.
June 11, 2000
A visit to PING Golf, a Phoenix-based golf-equipment company founded by inventor Karsten Solheim (1911- 2000), whose specialty clubs are used by top professionals.
May 28, 2000
Guest: Arizona salon-owner Pam McNair, whose Gadabout Salon and Spa has five locations in Tucson, generating millions in sales.
A look at San Diego's Cloud 9 Shuttle company includes its marketing strategy of providing extensive customer service.
May 21, 2000
Entrepreneurs discuss how they obtained startup funding for their businesses.
A visit to a name-plate manufacturer in Texas.
May 14, 2000
A profile of Howard Kent, owner of Ironbound Supply, a pipe and valve-fitting company that has been in the same neighborhood for 30 years. He discusses the importance of building customer relationships in generating business growth.
April 20, 2000
Profiling Andrew Murstein of Medallion Funding Corp., a Manhattan-based company that provides financing to New York taxi owners and a variety of minority entrepreneurs.
March 5, 2000
A profile of George Granoff, head of The Art Store chain, who lives in Massachusetts but operates five stores in California.
February 26, 2000
A look at Mickey Finn's brew pub in Libertyville, Ill.
February 19, 2000
A profile of Robert Sakata, who pioneered genetic seed research as the owner of Colorado's Sakata Farms.
February 12, 2000
Guest: Raymond DiSanto, the owner of Harbor Marine, a Rhode Island company that specializes in construction along waterways.
February 5, 2000
Milton Moses talks about his Chicago insurance company, which specializes in coverage of African-American businesses.
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