Most tech billionaires achieve success early in their lives. Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs were all in their early 20s when they founded their companies. But the founder of the Chinese behometh Alibaba had a totally different route to success. Jack Ma started Alibaba while in his mid thirties after a string of failed businesses and setbacks including being rejected for a job at a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant. How did this former school teacher and Chinese entrepreneur overcome failure and beat out every Silicon Valley tech company trying to compete against him in China? We'll find out in this episode of ColdFusion.
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