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Middle-aged entrepreneurs are more successful than young ones. Here's why

Tim Cook, Chief Executive Officer of Apple Inc., shakes hands with an employee as he visits the Apple Store in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., March 27, 2018.   REUTERS/John Gress

Research shows that middle-aged entrepreneurs are far more successful than younger ones. Image: REUTERS/John Gress

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