The most famous quartet the world has ever known turned into rejected by many record companies in the beginning of their career. On January 1, 1962, The Beatles came to London and recorded 15 songs at Decca records. but Decca rejected the band, making considered one of the biggest mistakes in music industry history.
In 1985, Steve Jobs was fired from his very own company (which he created with his buddies) because he was considered “uncontrollable” and his projects — unviable. Steve returned in 1996 when Apple, which was on the verge of bankruptcy, determined to shop for the new small company he had created. since then, Apple became highly successful again.
Milton Hershey worked at a candy factory from a very young age. In 1876, at age 18, he opened his first candy shop, but it did not succeed. So Milton decided to work for another candy factory where he learned much extra than he already knew. In 1883, Hershey opened another sweet keep which speedy have become a success. Ten years later he took a threat and sold his business to start the famous Hershey Chocolate company.