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If not for Australia's then Prime Minister, and an open approach to sponsors, photographer Rick Smolan may not have started the $100 million photo book series. Watch video
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Peter Shapiro negotiated for two years to land the lease to the Port Chester, New York-theater famous for Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin and Pink Floyd concerts. Watch video
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Cindy Gallop, founder of MakeLoveNotPorn, explains how every obstacle she encounters only proves why she must launch her "real-world" sex sites. Watch video
Adoption was slow when Path--now a fast-growing mobile social network--first launched. Here's how it turned around. Watch video
The protests in the Middle East tested Jeremy Kroll, son of investigations entrepreneur Jules Kroll, and his expansion of K2 Intelligence into the region. Watch video
Anthony Casalena's Squarespace was a one-man operation when, late one Friday night, hackers shut down thousands of sites the company hosted. Watch video
First-time entrepreneur Joe Cohen talks about what to do when Launch Day inevitably doesn't go according to plan. Watch video
First-time entrepreneur Adam Rich describes a time when leading Thrillist, his men's lifestyle site, seemed too emotionally fraught to sustain. Watch video
When credit rating agencies came under fire for their role in the 2008 financial crisis, Jules Kroll, the corporate-investigations pioneer, saw a business op... Watch video
Intuit founder Scott Cook tells what went wrong the first time he rolled out the company's Quicken tax prep software around the world. Watch video
When Philip James founded online wine seller Lot18, skeptics said he would fail. But a disaster on Mt. Everest years before had taught him to trust his gut. Watch video
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