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February 10, 1999 | LISA RICHARDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newport Beach businessman Don Herman, 35, has a lesson he wants high school students to learn: Whether it's green nail polish or snowboards, secret-recipe salad dressing or handmade jewelry, any passion or hobby can be the key to a successful business. And he's taking his lecture to the classroom--specifically, to high school classes throughout Orange County, backed up with an offer to help budding entrepreneurs with both the coaching and the money to help them get started.
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February 10, 1999 | LISA RICHARDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newport Beach businessman Don Herman, 35, has a lesson he wants high school students to learn: Whether it's green nail polish or snowboards, secret-recipe salad dressing or handmade jewelry, any passion or hobby can be the key to a successful business. And he's taking his lecture to the classroom--specifically, to high school classes throughout Orange County, backed up with an offer to help budding entrepreneurs with both the coaching and the money to help them get started.
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April 4, 1999 | JAMES F. GRIER
At its March Madness soiree in Phoenix, the National Football League performed what it hopes is a shotgun wedding between Michael Ovitz and Ed Roski. Get a unified, workable bid in place by Sept. 15, Los Angeles was told, and franchise No. 32 is yours. If not, Houston's complete package is its destination. At the same time, Al Davis has been crooning, "Please release me, let me go . . . " to Oakland Mayor Jerry Brown.
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March 21, 1999 | DONALD HERMAN, Donald Herman owns a retail candy business in Costa Mesa and is founder of the Southern California Youth Entrepreneurship Initiative Inc., a nonprofit organization. The address is P.O. Box 2864, Newport Beach, CA 92659
How about finding and assisting the next Michael Dell and Dineh Mohajer hidden among Orange County's 95,000 high school students? As an 18-year-old at the University of Texas, Michael Dell got the idea to sell computers over the phone in 1984. Today, Dell, the man, is worth $7 billion and Dell Computer Corp. is the largest of its kind in America. As a 22-year-old college student in Los Angeles, Mohajer's passion lay in fashion, particularly nail polish.
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February 10, 1999 | LISA RICHARDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newport Beach businessman Don Herman, 35, has a lesson he wants high school students to learn: Whether it's green nail polish or snowboards, secret-recipe salad dressing or handmade jewelry, any passion or hobby can be the key to a successful business. And he's taking his lecture to the classroom--specifically, to high school classes throughout Orange County, backed up with an offer to help budding entrepreneurs with the coaching and the money to help them get started.
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