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Watch out adults, "kidpreneurs" are entering the world of business

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Ben Casnocha in front of the Transamerica building in San Francisco. (Courtesy of Ben Casnocha)

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Ben Casnocha in his hometown of San Francisco. (Courtesy of Ben Casnocha)

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Crayon Holders, invented by Cassidy Goldstein at the age of 11. (Photograph by Lana Gersten)

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If you thought the dot-comers were young, meet Cassidy Goldstein, the 11-year-old inventor of Wal-Mart's "crayon holder." Nowadays Internet-savvy children as young as 8 are learning business skills in the classroom, and a growing number of these "kidpreneurs" are launching their own businesses.


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