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The founder of a $500 million baked-goods empire says the failure of her first cookie company taught her a crucial lesson about hard work and success

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Tate’s Bake Shop, home to America’s No. 1 chocolate chip cookie, recently sold to Mondolēz International for $500 million. Its founder, Kathleen King, credits the success of Tate’s to losing her first business. Find out how she created a multi-million dollar cookie empire.
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