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To Tear Down Walls, You Have to Move Out of Your Office
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 Adam Bryant of the New York Times Corner Office series, interviewed  Robert LoCascio, founder and chief executive of LivePerson, which provides online customer-assistance and other services to businesses.  After starting his first company using $50,000 from credit cards he had to shut down and lost everything.  Now he owns and operates a $160 million dollar company with 500 employees. LoCascio offers good advice for entrepreneurs ranging from how to survive tough times and dealing with a growing company. His story and advice is appropriate for both franchisors and franchisees.

Posted on February 11, 2013 at 12:29 PM
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