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Why the CEO of StockX Thinks ‘Ideas Are Worthless’

Why the CEO of StockX Thinks ‘Ideas Are Worthless’

Why the CEO of StockX Thinks 'Ideas Are Worthless' Before Josh Luber co-founded StockX, the world's first "stock market of things," he was a full-ti

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Why the CEO of StockX Thinks ‘Ideas Are Worthless’

Before Josh Luber co-founded StockX, the world’s first “stock market of things,” he was a full-time IBM employee and only a part-time “sneakerhead.” Here’s how he took his business from idea to execution.

This article is from Inc.com

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