The Tests of Being an Entrepreneur

So, with the recognition from the Buick Motor Division of General Motors, the glowing article in Automotive News, and some clients who were stalwarts in the automotive industry, Caliper was off and jogging, if not quite running yet.

“The first and loudest response to what we were doing came from the automotive industry,” Herb says, “So there was a certain irony that we were from New York and our clientele was centered around Detroit. But we were thrilled to have any clients centered around anywhere,” he adds, smiling broadly.

“Then we got our first Wall Street clients, and we felt like things were starting to open up,” he says. “Jack Nash and Leon Levy, who were partners of Oppenheimer & Company, ...

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