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Chris Morris: Journalist

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The early days of a start-up throw a lot at entrepreneurs.

There’s cash flow to worry about. There’s staffing. There are often patents or leases to secure. It’s easy for tasks to slip through the cracks. All too often, though, the first to do so is serious thought about the company’s culture.

Read more at CNBC.com

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