A new kind of unicorn is on the scene

A child  in a unicorn costume takes part in the 24th Annual Greenwich Village Children's Halloween Parade in the Manhattan borough of New York October 31, 2014.     REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) - GM1EAB10F7W01

More than just child's play: Unicorns - or successful start-ups - will have a serious impact on the future Image: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

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