World Electronics in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, doesn't do such brisk business in TVs and VCRs anymore.

Rather than cling to relics of the '90s, the owners have simply moved on. You can mail packages back to Russia, the Czech Republic or Ukraine. You can borrow a Polish paperback. You can order a rifle or a small all-terrain vehicle.

But mostly, this Polish electronics shop in the middle of Brooklyn's Chinatown sells bait and tackle.

Fishing poles line the walls, and frozen clams, bunker and herring fill an ice cream cooler.

Age: 39 Career History: In college, Kearney wanted to be a prosecutor, loved music, and wound up earning a bachelor’s in music with a political science minor. She considered a master’s in vocal performance but realized “it’s a really rough career.” Instead, she got a law degree at Catholic University, interning with the FCC and scoring “a bird’s eye view of global telecommunications” by working for a Washington, D.C., law firm in the Ukraine. After law school, she became associate counsel in MCI’s International Affairs group and in 2004 she signed on as CEA’s first in-house regulatory counsel. Greatest Business Achievements: CEA credits

Spokane's Huppin's Hi-Fi flexes the power of prudence with By Janet Pinkerton Specialty electronics e-commerce sites come and go, but the phones still ring at, and during business hours, a person—not a computer—always answers. In late October, OneCall relocated its warehouse, call center and administrative offices from three separate locations into a new centralized building. The goal: To improve efficiency, as this division of Huppin's Hi-Fi is on target to generate more than $60 million in sales this year—not bad for a 94-year-old, fourth-generation family business operating without public shareholders or venture capital. At the heart of OneCall's story is the retailer's

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