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Fred Smith, FedEx Founder And CEO, Once Gambled $5, On Blackjack To Keep Company Alive. By Harry Bradford. 10/15/ AM.


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Frederick Wallace Smith (born August 11, ) is the founder, chairman, president, and CEO of FedEx. he took the company's last $5, to Las Vegas and won $27, gambling on blackjack to cover the company's $24, fuel bill.


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