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GENERATION BIZ

ONE ENTREPRENEUR helped start a trading platform that’s taking on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq. Another executive oversees North American ride-sharing operations for Uber, the world’s most valuable unicorn. A third runs a $3.2 billion Internet empire. Another helped turn a novel food-delivery startup into

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