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Never too late to start your own business.

It is never too late to start your own business. Here's are some entrepreneurs who started late and never
stop believing, now successful with their businesses.

  • Jan Koum (35) founded WhatsApp, recently bought by Facebooks for billions.
  • Michael Arrington (35) started TechCrunch website.
  • Tim Westergren (35) started Pandora 
  • Jimmy Wales (35) founded Wikipedia
  • Mark Pincus (41) founded Zynga games.
  • Robert Noyce (41) founded Intel
  • Craig Newmark (42) founded Craigslist website
  • Robin Chase (42) founded ZipCar
  • Ray Kroc (52) started McDonald's food chain.
  • John Pemberton (55) invented Coca-Cola
  • Harland Sanders (65) started KFC (one of my favorite fried chicken)
  • Evan Williams (35) co-founded Twitter
  • Niklas Zennstromm (37) started Skype now owned by Microsoft.
  • Arianna Huffington (54) founded Huffington Post website
  • and many more.
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