BizTimes cover story: The rise of the ‘boomerpreneur’

Sam Walton was 44 when he opened his first Walmart. Ray Kroc was 52 when he created McDonald’s, and Colonel Sanders was 65 when he started franchising Kentucky Fried Chicken.

 

Retirement isn’t for everyone. Many employees in the later stages of their careers decide to strike out on their own and start a new business. Welcome to the age of the “boomerpreneur.” Read more in the cover story of the new edition of BizTimes Milwaukee.

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