This Is My Last Startup. Honest
With every seminar at Carnegie Mellon University, Donald H. Jones felt the pressure mount. In his new role as lecturer, Jones, legendary in Pittsburgh as an entrepreneur, was proving quite a raconteur. As he recounted his adventures building and selling three high-tech companies, his students began surrounding him after class, begging him to start one more company--with them. "O.K., O.K.," they'd say when Jones insisted he had no plans. "But if you were going to start another, what would it be?"
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