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Table of contents: VOL. 15, NO. 3 - April 1, 2005
COVER STORY
A monster-truck promoter thrives in giant Clear Channel's shadow. (more)

Features
There's a right moment to sell every business, but many entrepreneurs are too involved to seize it. (more)
TROSCAN DESIGN (more)
Clear Channel's antitrust woes. (more)
Ken Smaltz is a master collector--of customers. (more)
An Arizona entrepreneur's cheap weather balloons are replacing expensive telecom satellites. (more)
Our experts pick 50 securities they think will beat the market this year. (more)
Why one entrepreneur built his empire in a New England college town. (more)
Next, why not outsource your relationships to a professional? (more)
Created by a band of web rebels, wiki software lets employees share the latest intelligence no matter where they're located. (more)
How a small U.S. firm is helping fight the spread of avian flu, SARS--and mold--abroad. (more)
A maker of spare parts for the carton industry must change quickly--or else. (more)
Off Hours
Crafted by small businesses. (more)
One entrepreneur's relaxing weekend drives take place on a quarter-mile straightaway at 175 mph. (more)
Helping impoverished Native Americans get the most basic amenities--like shelter and warmth. (more)

At the new Sailfish Bay Lodge on the Pacific coast of Central America, you'll get the aquatic fight of your life. (more)
If you were me, you'd find my life fascinating too. (more)
VW's newly redesigned Jetta has plumped up, and a more powerful engine still leaves it sluggish. (more)
Part One
Going public once represented wealth, recognition, and fame. What is the point of being an entrepreneur when an IPO is a diminishing option? (more)





With no ad budget, how do you attract customers? (more)


Awaiting trial, a former IRS agent tells how he turned tax protester. (more)


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