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Summer sessions get down to business

Babson program aids student start-ups

At Babson College in Wellesley, high school intern Adam Cohan (left) worked with Anton Yakushin (rear) and Raul Pellerano on their start-up, BongoBing.com, during the Summer Venture Program. At Babson College in Wellesley, high school intern Adam Cohan (left) worked with Anton Yakushin (rear) and Raul Pellerano on their start-up, BongoBing.com, during the Summer Venture Program. (Joanne Rathe/ Globe Staff)
By Dave Copeland
Globe Correspondent / August 3, 2009

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Each Monday this summer, students enrolled in Babson College’s new Summer Venture Program have been meeting to eat pizza and talk business. All are involved in start-up companies. (Full article: 644 words)

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