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Entrepreneurship

Billionaire Real Estate Investor and Entrepreneur Sam Zell Talks About His First Entrepreneurial Effort

Zell reminisces about reselling Playboy magazines in 1950s Chicago.
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Sam Zell -- who is promoting his new book, Am I Being Too Subtle: Straight Talk From a Business Rebel -- speaks to Mark Gerson, co-founder and co-chairman of GLG, about Zell's first entrepreneurial undertaking: Reselling the earliest issues of Playboy in the 1950s when he was just 12 years old.

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