Grad returns to LI to bulk up his 2-year start-up

Campus Protein executives started their company while in

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Campus Protein executives started their company while in college and now are working to grow it full time. They are, from left, Micheal Yewdell, Tarun P. Singh and Russell Saks. (Sept. 27, 2012) (Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara)

Some new college graduates return home to face unemployment. Russell Saks went back to Port Washington, with $100,000 in financing, to be the chief executive of his own company.

Saks, 22, graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind., in May with a degree in business management and a fledgling two-year start-up, Campus Protein. The company, which has funding from a group of Indiana...

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