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Silicon Valley Nation: Sell your startup or stay?

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Brian Fuller2   11/16/2012 4:48:22 PM
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@comfortable. Too true! I wonder how those engineer aspirations stack up against other industries? (Of course not every industry has a startup culture, so there'd have to be some apples-apples comparisons... but still... )

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Comfortable   11/16/2012 2:22:53 AM
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Aspirations are like ideas. Everyone has them. But few have the ambition to follow through. This is why patents are NOT given out for ideas, but for reducing to practice.

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Brian Fuller2   11/15/2012 6:21:10 PM
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It's interesting to note that in almost every survey we've done going back two decades, 90 % of you aspire to run a startup.

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