Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs all dropped out. Does that mean you should too? We staged a debate between two successful young entrepreneurs—one who left school, the other who is adamant about staying enrolled. Who won? You be the judge.
Daniel Gross went from Israeli Army recruit to Y Combinator's youngest founder. Now he's created a new realm of online search—and did it in 48 hours. Prime investors lined up to fund his company, Greplin. Oh, and he didn't go to college.
Yes, they’re tech-savvy, but the class of 2011 is also innovative, and sure can sell. Check out their products, from fixie bikes to a door handle for the foot. By Christine Lagorio
The founders of Inc.com's Coolest College Start-up 2009 and 2010 talk about expanding their product lines, updating technology, and finally making money. By Gabrielle Blue