• Study: Twentysomething startup founders are the least likely to succeed

    7 days ago - By Fast Company

    New research from MIT and Northwestern economists throws cold water on the notion that young entrepreneurs have an edge over their elders.
    The romanticized image of entrepreneurs is a picture of youth: a twentysomething individual with disruptive ideas, boundless energy, and a still-sharp mind. Silicon Valley has bet on this image for years.
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