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9/9/213 – Retiree Start-Ups With Age and Youth as Partners (New York Times)
Michael Lowe was bored with retirement.
He was doing yoga five times a week and reading voraciously after leaving the work force in 2008. He had enjoyed a three-decade legal career, most of it spent as a corporate lawyer for Verizon. The hitch was that his wife, Melissa Kroning, 61, registrar of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, was still working full time. So globe-trotting was out.
Read the full article at the New York Times.