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Read | Delete: Immigrants & Entrepreneurs in America

According to a Duke University study, nearly 52 percent of Silicon Valley startups launched from 1995 to 2005 were founded by foreign transplants. Immigrants are almost twice as likely as native-born Americans to become entrepreneurs. U.S. companies that feature foreign-born executives tend to enjoy higher returns on equity. Source: Entrepreneur Got an interesting Fast Fact for a business audience? Please send and share it with our 1,653 subscribers. Click here to subscribe to Read|Delete and receive fast facts delivered weekly. Mike_Mercurio_WebsiteNEWmmercurio@offitkurman.com | 301.575.0332 | Biz Tek Today You can also connect with Offit Kurman via Facebook,Twitter,Google+,YouTube, and LinkedIn