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Teamwork: A Winning Combination
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You may know about Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard starting a business in a garage, or about the Bill Gates-Paul Allen combination at Microsoft. Some might even know of Richard DeVos and Jan Van Andel, the founders of Amway, who originally started a flying school together, although neither could fly. Their successes - and the success of many other businesses - happened in part because of the combination of individuals with different skills.

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