The 10 Greatest Entrepreneurs

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Introduction

There is a tough truth that any small business owner has to face. Even in the best of times the vast majority of small businesses fail. In this slideshow, we'll look at ten entrepreneurs who not only succeeded, but built vast business empires. (Find out, Who coined the term "entrepreneur"?)
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