‘You don’t have to wait,’ Obama tells young entrepreneurs

President Obama announces $70 million in aid and the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative designed to help Latin American and Caribbean youth.
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Do you have what it takes to start a business?

Startup Camp Rijeka helped 26-year-old Ivan Jelusic of Croatia to start a business that sells its products in 15 countries.
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Want to be part of the next class of young African...

Have you heard about the Mandela Washington Fellows? They’re a vibrant group of young entrepreneurs, activists and public officials from across sub-Saharan Africa selected...
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Coding a new future in Buenos Aires

María Celeste Medina has started her own software business and is building something else: a new generation of tech talent in Argentina.
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Calling Young Africans! Will YOU meet President Obama in 2015?

For 500 young African men and women, six weeks of academic study, training and mentoring in the United States could be a turning point...
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Latin American–U.S. startups competed for cash prizes

Entrepreneurs from Latin America and the U.S. teamed up to compete for $100,000 worth of cash prizes from La Idea for the best corporate "pitches."
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From China to Texas: An executive’s success story

Ying McGuire immigrated to the United States from China to earn a master’s degree and now is vice president of a global technology-solutions company.

This recent grad brewed a startup by managing the details

It's tough to make a good batch of Arabic coffee. The multistep process takes up to 30 minutes, and despite a brewer’s best efforts,...