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The Death of Entrepreneurship?

In business, nothing matters more to me than free enterprise and the success of entrepreneurship across America. The values that entrepreneurs bring to business are what have made this country great over its 234-year history. But I’m concerned that the current business and political environment is so unfriendly to entrepreneurs that the death of entrepreneurship may be imminent.
If entrepreneurship goes down the drain, so too do millions of future jobs. It is well known that the economic recovery, as well as the economic growth of the nation over time, depends on entrepreneurial success.
Large companies do a good job of maintaining operations, combining and acquiring businesses, and stabilizing them, but they aren’t known for exceptional results in innovating and launching new enterprises. Big companies try their hand at the “start-up game,” but their risk profile and the nature of the expertise they bring to the table is frequently counter-productive …