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Ursula Burns: Fortune 500’s First African-American Female CEO

Learn more about Ursula Burns. Fortune 500’s First Black Female CEO who rose to the C-level.

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Rachel Romer Carlson: The Education Genius Behind Employee Retention

Read about Rachel Romer Carlson, who bridges opportunity gaps between employers and motivated working adult learners.

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Emmanuelle Charpentier: Nobel Prize Laureate Behind Genome Editing

Read about Emmanuelle Charpentier, French professor, and 2020 Nobel Prize Laureate behind genome editing.

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Yousef Abuzuaiter: The Entrepreneur Behind the Healthy Beverage Revolution in the US

Read more about Yousef Abuzuaiter, the entrepreneur behind the healthy beverage revolution, and how he is trying to bridge access to the American food desert.

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Funke Opeke: The Entrepreneur  Revolutionizing Telecommunications

Learn more about Funke Opeke, a Nigerian entrepreneur mogul who built one of the leading telecommunication companies in West Africa.

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Stanley Tang: The Great Mind Behind DoorDash Delivery Service

Learn about Stanley Tang, the Co-Founder of the largest food delivery services in the world.

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Katie Moussouris: Empowered Female IT Security Entrepreneur

Learn about Katie Moussouris, who defied the odds in a male-dominated field to become one of the world’s best cyber security experts.

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Andrew Kortina: How An Accident Inspired a Mobile Payment App

Learn about Venmo co-founder Andrew Kortina and his journey of founding the digital wallet that makes money easier for everyone from students to small businesses.

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Frederick Jones: Jack of Many Trades, Master to All

Dubbed as the King of Cool, Frederick Jones’ entrepreneurial spirit gave him 61 patents despite the lack of formal education.

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John B. Stetson: Boss of the American Plains

John Batterson Stetson was born to a family of hat makers. See how a sickly lad revolutionized the American fashion industry.

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Ruth Handler: Inventor Entrepreneur who Revolutionized the Toy Industry

Read about the relentless entrepreneur who forever changed the toy industry with the #1 Global Toy Property - Barbie.

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Milton Bradley and George Parker: The Board Game Empire Founders

Learn how the industry of American games took off with the inventions of Milton Bradley and the Parker brothers.

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Hedy Lamarr: The Mother of Wireless Technology

Learn how this Hollywood actress (Hedy Lamarr) bucked convention and shaped our modern technology through her invention.

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Anna Bissell: America's First Female CEO Sweeping Up The Competition

Read how Anna Bissell became a successful businesswoman in an era where business was wholly a masculine field.

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Ingvar Kamprad: The Visionary Swedish Entrepreneur

You'll be surprised to find that a young boy named Ingvar Kamprad began selling matches at young age and later became a visionary successful entrepreneur forming IKEA.

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Charles Goodyear: Resilient As Vulcanized Rubber

There is nothing more frustrating than wasted effort. That’s how it was for Charles Goodyear. Read more about his recurring efforts to make car tires.

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Alan Turing: The Once Obscure Father of Computer Science

Turing showed his machine that could calculate anything that needed to be calculated. The Turing Machine was no exception, with an infinite memory capable of processing any set of instructions.

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Robert Watson Watt: The Father of Radar Technology

Sir Robert Watson-Watt, who was knighted in 1942 for pioneering the technology that helped win the Battle of Britain.

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George Westinghouse: A Dynamo and a Giant Among Inventors

As George was often on train rides to do business in other areas, he repeatedly experienced inefficiencies in the railroad industry.

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Karl Elsener: The Inventor Behind the Iconic Swiss Knife

Elsener's Swiss Army Knife is among the few things associated with Switzerland together with its banking industry, alps, and watches. Karl Elsener established the Association of Swiss Cutlers.

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Nikola Tesla: The Father of Wireless

Nikola Tesla credited his eidetic memory and creative nature to his mother's genetics and influence. Thanks to the genius and his devotion to invention!

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Henry Heinz: A True Food Pioneer

Henry J. Heinz. Heinz was a genius pickles magnate with the kind eyes, caring face, flowing mustache, and side-whiskers of so long ago.

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Merrick, McDuffie, & Spaulding: Founders of Black Wall Street

These three remarkable gentlemen, known as the "Triumvirate," carried The North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company to unprecedented success. 

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Marjorie Merriweather Post: The Feisty Female Mogul of the 1900s

Post may have lived like royalty, but she was so much more than a well-heeled socialite with impeccable taste.

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Madam C.J. Walker: America's first female self-made millionaire

Hair is a woman's crowning glory. And for most, using hair care products is necessary to keep their hair looking preened, polished, and beautiful at all times.

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Levi Strauss: A Life of Originality, Business Integrity, and Philanthropy

We try to follow the dictates of an era, but who among us has never owned a pair of jeans? Or a better question yet, who doesn't have a pair of jeans that we keep coming back to like a comfort blanket?

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Margaret Knight: Empowered American Female Inventor

Learn how a "self-taught" engineer invented a machine to produce flat-bottomed paper bags. A well known invention that she patented in 1871.

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Stephanie Kwolek: The Lady Who Stopped Bullets

Read more about Stephanie Kwolek. The Brilliant Chemist behind the discovery of bullet-proof vests.

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John & Will Kellogg: American Revolutionary Entrepreneurs

Read more about Will & John Harvey Kellogg. The American Revolutionary Entrepreneurs.

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Edwin Binney and Harold Smith: American Creative Entrepreneurs

The invention of color gives an extra edge to history’s rise of art. Read our featured founders, Edwin Binney and Harold Smith, the entrepreneur behind Crayola Crayons.

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Elijah McCoy: African-American Genius Inventor

Imagine riding on a train, and before long, it has to stop to let oilmen lubricate the machine to avoid breakdowns. 

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Florence Nightingale: The Mother of Modern Nursing

In this article, you will learn more about Florence Nightingale, the woman who influenced modern nursing.

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Jamsetji Tata: The Father of Indian Industrialization

Not Bill Gates. Not Elon Musk. Jamsetji Tata is this century's most successful man; in business, in legacy, in good deeds, and in influence.

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Leo Baekeland: The King of Plastics

Ever wonder why, when cooking, the plastic parts on your pots and pans don't burn?

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Melitta Bentz: Her Love for Coffee Led to a Multimillion Enterprise

Thank you, Melitta Bentz, for making our mornings memorable. Learn how a female German entrepreneur, invented the coffee filter and became CEO of Mellita group of enterprises.

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Joseph Gayetty: Entrepreneur Who Revolutionized Bathroom Trips

Have you ever sat back on your toilet seat and tried to think- who invented the Toilet Paper?

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Alfred Nobel: Peace-Loving Founder Makes Everything Go Boom!

It’s amazing what we can find out in history when it comes to inventions of things that have shaped the world into what it currently is.

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