September 2004
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Dean Hubbard Lays Out Plans for Entrepreneurship at the School

As the former academic director of the Lang Center, Professor Glenn Hubbard has always been a strong proponent of entrepreneurship education. Read more

Turning a Surfing Passion into a Business

Jamie Meiselman '02 proves that with a little entrepreneurial imagination, one's passion can become a way of life. Read more

Lang-Funded Business Acquired by FactSet

In May, CallStreet (formerly CCN, LLC) — a 2002 Lang Fund investment — was acquired by FactSet Research Systems, a leading investment-research service company. Read more

Three Investment Commitments for Lang Fund

In its eighth year of funding student-led businesses, the Lang Fund pledged $250,000 in May to three businesses. Read more

The 2004 Outrageous Business Plan Competition

This year's competition drew a record number of submissions from students eager to take their entrepreneurial creativity to new heights. Read more

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Student Spotlight:

Allison Strouse ’14
Strouse creates an easy way for you to get the most out of your photos. Read more

Alumni Spotlight:

Kirsten Anderson ’12
Anderson co-founded THEVANE to help users make the most out of life in any weather. Read more

Key to a Successful Business? Simplify, Simplify AND Simplify. Read more

Check out Return on Change, an online platform connecting startups and investors. Read more