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It is easier to have a start-up today than it has ever been before. Support and help are available: there are angel investors and advisers. Yet, most start-ups fail. Yet again, a significant number of people are ready to take up the challenge. It is not that entrepreneurs are better risk-takers, they are just more confident about the success of their ventures – so the article says. It also says that start-ups are good for the society but not great for a majority of individuals who take the plunge into entrepreneurship.

http://www.newyorker.com/talk/financial/2014/05/19/140519ta_talk_surowiecki

 

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