Drop Out, Start Up, Cash In

by Derek Loosvelt | November 13, 2007

What do a former investment banking analyst, a former research analyst at the Fed and a former indie rocker all have in common?

To find out, take a look at the results of BusinessWeek’s search for the Winning Young Entrepreneurs, 2007.  In addition to former analysts and a musician, the top five entrepreneurs under the age of 25, as chosen by the readers of BusinessWeek, include a college dropout and two roommates from Georgia Tech University.

If you want to go straight to the head of the table, here's the web site of the company run by BusinessWeek's No. 1 young entrepreneur(s), who can help you get a reservation at just about any New York City restaurant at a moment's notice.  Instead of having to grease a maitre d', TableXChange allows you to keep your hands relatively clean by bidding online for other restaurant-goers' prime-time reservations, or you can pocket a few bucks by selling your own.

 

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