Rocco Termini’s entrepreneurial spirit first manifested itself as a paper boy on the West Side, when men who played the horses asked him to bring a later edition with the race results.
Termini saw an opportunity and jumped: he charged them an extra quarter for the 5 p.m. paper.
That boyhood example was a central lesson Thursday morning at Medaille College, when Termini addressed students and the campus community about the makeup of a successful entrepreneur.
“I seized an opportunity,” he told a crowd at the Medaille auditorium. “I saw an opening.”
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