Entrepreneurs' children inherit passion for enterprise

12/24/2009 | USA Today

Manhattan spa owner Janet League-Katzin has passed her entrepreneurial spirit on to her daughters, Helena Greene, who sells eclectic merchandise at a Harlem shop, and Michelle League-Thornton, who makes and sells gemstone jewelry in New Orleans. Vivek Wadhwa, founder of two technology companies and a research associate at Harvard Law School's Labor & Worklife Program, says these second-generation entrepreneurs are examples of a business trend -- people related to entrepreneurs are more likely to start their own companies than those who are not.

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