1948: Bill opens his first real store, Open Kettle.
They are those small, innovative companies looking to cash in. Fortune spotlights a baker's dozen that show lots of promise.
|Dave Goldberg, husband of Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg, dies|
|Floyd Mayweather: The star athlete no sponsor will touch|
|America's capsizing economy: Can it right the ship?|
|Why India is biometrically tracking its government bureaucrats|
|'Avengers: Age of Ultron' hauls in second biggest box office opening ever|