Dick talks with Steve Shutts in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, who was the focus of a "cash mob." .
We hear from a couple who relocated to Staunton, Va., and opened a neighborhood grocery store.
A software designer who started Krossover, a company that tracks and analyzes statistics of high school and college basketball teams.
Angie Hicks, founder of Angie’s List, tells Dick how she started her business by knocking on doors.
Dick speaks with the great grandson of Henry Ford about getting the blue oval Ford logo back.
Darren Julien, the Indiana cattle farmer who now auctions celebrities’ memorabilia around the world.
Andy Shallal talks to Dick about the groups of people he set out to bring together in a chain of cozy cafes in the Washington D.C. region.
Reddy Annappareddy was working as an overnight pharmacist when he came up with a way to serve his customers better.
Producer Katie Davis tells the story of a cursed storefront in Washington D.C.
Ad man Bill Hillsman how he cam up with the commercials for Paul Wellstone, Jesse Ventura and Ralph Nader.
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