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There was a time, not so long ago, when a person choosing the entrepreneurial career path wasn't exactly greeted with rampant enthusiasm. Among the notable exceptions: Michael Dell famously started his eponymous computer company (DELL) out of his University of Texas, Austin, dorm room. And what would eventually become software behemoth Microsoft (MSFT) began life when Bill Gates was still a Harvard undergrad.
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