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Racing into a motorcycle design empire

LOS ANGELES - The gig: Motorcycle entrepreneur Roland Sands was a boy racer who broke a few track records riding - and broke a few bones crashing. He retired at 29 and went to work full time for his father's motorcycle parts business. When that enterprise got sold, Sands opened Roland Sands Designs, creating custom parts, apparel and accessories. Today, at 41, Sands is one of the motorcycle industry's most successful entrepreneurs. Having recently completed complex custom designs for BMW, Indian Motorcycle, Yamaha and others, he is also one of its most admired designers.

Updated: Jul. 1, 2016 4:38 AM | Full Story

There's a lot of work that goes into owning a vacation home

PITTSBURGH - When retired judge Robert Colville and his wife, Janet, became empty-nesters in the mid-1980s and downsized to a townhouse, they also decided to buy a second home outside the city that was big enough to accommodate large family gatherings.

Updated: Jun. 30, 2016 4:38 AM | Full Story

For Kansas family taking leap into heritage farming, their story must be as good as their meats

PARKER, Kan. - Laura Hamons recalls the gut-fluttering sensation of standing for the first time with her husband, Jeff, on the same side of the fence as 20 head of cattle.

Updated: Jun. 30, 2016 4:38 AM | Full Story

On-demand business models have put some startups on life support

SAN FRANCISCO - Last summer, flower delivery startup BloomThat was in an enviable position.

Updated: Jun. 29, 2016 2:12 PM | Full Story