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Purple Urchin’s Story:
What started as mad experiments in a damp, dark basement soon became a business operating at farmers’ markets, craft sales and online. We have since vacated our original den of hygienic sorcery and set up a Chinatown storefront and production space. Continue reading Shopify Stories: Purple Urchin→
At Dominique Ansel Bakery in downtown Manhattan, bakers work to all hours of the night to keep up with demand. In the first installment of the Eureka! series, Bloomberg takes you behind the creation of Ansel’s most desired pastry: the Cronut.
Like all good genius start-up stories, Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google Inc. in a friend’s garage in Menlo Park, Calif. Since its incorporation on September 4, 1998, the company has grown to nearly 20,000 full-time employees worldwide, and with a steady stream of new product developments, acquisitions, and partnerships, has extended its reach far beyond its modest beginnings as a web search engine. Perhaps even more impressive is Google’s image as the pinnacle of cool, with a reputation for being hip, innovative and wildly successful–all without compromising its “Don’t be evil” philosophy.
Here is the final installment to the epic fight from Saturday developed by Showtime. Once again, get a glimpse of the determination these two warriors have to succeed. Listen to their stories and watch them as they grow. Be inspired to keep pushing, especially when the odds begin to stack up against you.
Let’s take a look at the success story of a person that is widely in the lime-light at this moment. Floyd Mayweather had endured much before he got to where he is now. With the help of Showtime we have a closer look into his story. What motivates him, may motivate others. Here is the the first episode of an intimate four-part documentary series chronicling the life of perennial pound-for-pound champion Floyd Mayweather as he navigates his collision course with Manny Pacquiao.
No Vans Land tells the inspiring story of a small business owner taking on City Hall. Hector, like many other Americans, came here from Jamaica for opportunity. But like too many others, he has been forced to constantly defend himself against government attempts to restrict his business and protect powerful interests. Continue reading No Vans Land: The Hector Ricketts Story→
In 2011 Shinola, originally an early twentieth century shoe polish brand, was revived as a watch, bicycle and leather goods maker with a strong emphasis on American manufacturing. Naturally, Detroit, Michigan – the original motor city and spiritual home of American industry – became the brand’s base. As Detroit’s regeneration narrative gathers pace, with world renowned creatives such as photographer Bruce Weber shifting their gaze towards the city, Shinola has now opened its first stand alone store outside the US, at 13 Newburgh Street in London’s Soho. Continue reading Shinola: American Success Story→
Melony Armstrong just wanted to earn an honest living this was the start to her success story. She didn’t realize she’d have to change the law to do that. After years of hurdling obstacles that were holding her back from providing for her family, Melony succeeded in breaking down the barriers to success. In the process, she became an inspiration to her community and changed hundreds of lives with her success story. Continue reading Locked Out: A Mississippi Success Story – Documentary→