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  • A bio snapshot of Lori Greiner of QVC and 'Shark Tank'

    Lori Greiner, entrepreneur on QVC and investor on ABC's "Shark Tank" AGE: 45 HOMETOWN: Chicago LIVES IN: Chicago and Los Angeles FAMILY: Married to Dan Greiner EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in communication from Loyola University Chicago CAREER: Self-employed inventor of consumer products and home furnishings FIRST APPEARANCE ON QVC: 1998 FIRST APPEARANCE ON SHARK TANK: 2012 COMPANIES INVESTED IN: CordaRoy's bean bag chairs, Scrub Daddy sponges, Stella Valle jewelry, Hold Your Haunches shapewear, Bantam bagels TIPS FOR SELLING ON QVC: Know the top three selling features of your product, be confident and practice your sales pitch

  • How do you get on QVC? Tips from entrepreneur Lori Greiner

    Take a product on a home shopping channel and sell out in a matter of minutes — it's the dream of many entrepreneurs.

  • Intuit is Looking for 'Super' Small Businesses

    One small business will make it to television screens nationwide during the Super Bowl, courtesy of QuickBooks maker Intuit.

  • Mixed reaction for plan for western Pa. petrochemical plant

    A proposal by Shell Chemical to build a petrochemical plant in western Pennsylvania drew praise from those who say it will boost the region's economy, and criticism from those who fear it will harm the environment, despite assurances from the state Department of Environmental Protection.

  • Study: Top tech firms bypassing Asian workers for exec jobs

    Google, Yahoo and other major technology companies are far more inclined to hire Asians as computer programmers than to promote them to become managers or executives, according to a study released Wednesday.


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