February 3, 2015 The odds were stacked against Donnie Wahlberg from the start. The eighth of nine children, he came up hard and poor on the streets of Dorchester, a gritty, working-class neighborhood on the outskirts of Boston. Alcoholism and a bent for self-destruction plagued his tight-knit family. They scraped by on food stamps and the leftover milk and cereal Wahlberg’s Teamster trucker father delivered daily to Boston public schools. When they got sick, they sucked it up. Doctor visits were a luxury they couldn’t often afford. Fast forward to today and the New Kids founder has come a hell of a long way from the block. Read more... http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/242532
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