To quote this own site, "As an entrepreneur, you want to control your business whereas no one entity can put you into bankruptcy." Does this mean that you have to have a controlling interest in your business where you get to make every single major decision no matter what because of voting rights? A famous example of violating this would be the fact Steve Jobs was fired from Apple even though he helped found it. Does this force you to know every single skill in business (i.e. marketing, human resources, finance, operations, etc.) because you're the one making decisions and not have any legitimate partners (they're more like passive investors)?
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