They're the hottest young stars in business across the globe. They're innovators, disrupters, and job creators; in fact, it's a pretty safe bet you're going to be working for them someday - if you aren't already!
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Education, homelessness, American manufacturing -- these entrepreneurs are using tech to make a difference in their corners of the world.
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