1. Young Troublemakers Who Rise (and Fall) as Entrepreneurs

    Young Troublemakers Who Rise (and Fall) as Entrepreneurs

    Rule-breaking at an early age may point to the success of company founders like Martin Shkreli, researchers say. It may also foretell their undoing.

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    1. I'm going to take a pair of sneakers.
    2. If you don't do it, you can't test whether people even like the concept.
    3. Entrepreneurial businesses are often in crises, due to high levels of environmental uncertainty, the large number of actual or potential competitors, and the significant amounts of financial capital needed to compete.
    4. He did it, and it worked, and they got paid.
    5. We do want them to be rule-breakers.
    6. The Uber story is that the initial rule-breaking was innovation.
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