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9 of the 10 richest people in the world have this in common. FEE.

The Virtuous Entrepreneur: New Ventures and Human Flourishing. New research paper by Margaret Blackburn and Peter McGhee.

Successful female founders share tips for launching a new business. Entrepreneur.

How I became a VP at Goldman Sachs by age 27 as an undocumented immigrant. CNBC.

Who is the greatest active American entrepreneur? American Business History Center.

Private property, not productivity, precipitated Neolithic agricultural revolution. Phys.org.

Challenges to California’s “anti-gig-economy” legislation. Heavy Duty Trucking.

How Enron became Enron. Jack High reviews Enron-insider Robert Bradley’s Enron Ascending.


Stephen Hicks’s followers at thinkspot can join him on Saturday, January 4th at 12:00 PM Central Time for his next livestream Q&A session.

Ask Stephen anything about philosophy and his related areas of expertise, as well as any follow-up questions from his “There Are No Snowflakes” livestream lecture.

(If you’re not already on thinkspot, sign up to join the site and use the promo code “Hicks” for priority access to the site. If you’ve already signed up for the site but are still on the waitlist, you can sign up again using the promo code “Hicks” to receive priority access.)

Idea: “Let me tell you the secret that has led me to my goal. My strength lies solely in my tenacity.” Louis Pasteur, chemist and bacteriologist (27 Dec 1822-1895)

See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy. Here are the previous editions of CEE Review.

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