(A) Incorrect . For the reasons mentioned above.
(B) Correct . This option corrects both the errors in the original sentence. This option also changes "large" to "larger", making this info also a part of the comparison "than they may actually be". Structurally, "larger" fits in perfectly in the sentence. Even though there is a slight change in meaning, such meaning change is acceptable if the new meaning is logical.
(C) Incorrect . As is, this verb-ing modifier "making_" modifies the preceding clause. However, the modification is illogical since the fact that entrepreneurs need to find resourceful ways doesn?t make their companies seem larger!
(D) Incorrect . This option distorts the meaning. As is, this option implies that the reason entrepreneurs need to find resourceful ways is that their companies seem larger_ However, this is not the reason or purpose for the "need"; this is the purpose of "ways". The meaning is most clearly expressed using "ways to make their companies seem larger".
(E) Incorrect . This option has Error no. 1 of the original sentence.
Please note that this question is PRECEDENT-SETTING in a way that it uses ?like? to offer examples. The question, thus, puts the debate "whether like can be used to offer examples" to rest once and for all. Therefore, one should never reject an option just because it uses ?like? to offer examples.