When David Neeleman was much younger, someone influential in his life must have taught him to think big and learn from his setbacks, because the combination have served this 51-year-old aviation entrepreneur well. He may be most famous for starting JetBlue in 1999, which dramatically altered the competitive landscape of the U.S. airline industry. The startup caught on in no time for its innovative—and refreshing—approach to serving travelers sick of feeling like they were being taken for ...

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