New course here to train recession-battered Jewish baby boomers seeking to launch, grow a business.
Marc Miller is hoping to start a venture involving hydroponics, the process of growing fruits and vegetables in nutrient solution rather than soil.
Michael Takiff, a published historian, has already begun a new business in which he’d put together oral histories or biographies for companies, nonprofit organizations and families.
And Lisa Blank is looking forward to the day when she opens a small restaurant in Harlem that would offer fresh, locally produced food at what she hopes will be reasonable prices.
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