Entrepreneur, Business Insider, Business News Daily and Black Enterprise are magazines that publish articles about successful business owners. Some articles profile one entrepreneur, while others profile a compilation of business owners with something in common, such as millionaire business owners under 30.
Entrepreneur magazine's "15 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2015" gives short profiles of female business owners and the companies they own, such as Stephanie Parker and her company, Sleeping Baby, which makes a pajama suit that helps babies sleep.
Online magazine Business Insider's article, "This 25-year-old founded a new kind of VC that's helped college kids raise over $130 million," is about Peter Boyce, whose venture capital firm funds students starting their own businesses.
Business News Daily's "Tragedy to Triumph: 7 Entrepreneurs Who Beat the Odds" tells the stories of people such as Chad Mureta, who started his apps business while in the hospital recovering from serious injuries incurred in a car accident.
Black Enterprise's article "Catching Up With the Black Tony Stark," profiles Kerry Harris and his Angel 7 Industries. Harris is an inventor with a military background rather than engineering training. His company develops tactical equipment and optical systems for the military and law enforcement.