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*In 1960, Tom Monaghan, founder of Dominos, started his first pizzeria
with a $900.00 bank loan. Today, Dominos Pizza is worth about $4.6
*Pakistani-born Shad Khan arrived in this country at age 16 with $500 in
his pocket. He went to college, built a wildly successful auto-parts
empire, and at age 62, Khan paid $770 million to become an NFL team
*April 10, 1849 The safety pin is patented by Walter Hunt. He badly needed money and sold the rights for $100.00.
*Exceeding all expectations, Hugh Hefner immediately sold out all 50,000
copies of the first issue of Playboy, which he sold nationwide at 5
cents a copy in December 1953.
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