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July 09, 2012

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Good coverage and thanks for the nice summary!

Great article!

One of the things that I am increasingly curious about is the entrepreneurial nature of immigrants, immigrant parents, entrepreneurial parents ALONG with the effects of age.

For example:

Do [some] older entrepreneurs reach a point in life where they invest, mentor the next generation of entrepreneurs? I get that the "grandchild thing" starts to kick in at about 55, but find it slightly difficult to believe that old entrepreneurs willingly turn over a new leaf to spend all of their time playing golf, sitting on a beach.

Are second generation immigrants [who are children of immigrant entrepreneurs] more likely/less likely to be entrepreneurs? Do they become entrepreneurs AFTER a professional career, i.e. in their 40s?

Wow this is very informative. Thanks

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