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A Bronx Story of Rags to Riches

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Forbes magazine profiles the rags-to-riches life of Michael Bordes who went from growing up in a 1960s Bronx household that made $15,000 a year to owning a commercial and residential builder company that now takes in $20 million.

Bordes, who is now 58-years-old and owns AA Jedson Company with his sons, grew up in a six-person household, or bungalow as he calls it, with a father who was a firefighter and had two extra jobs.

According to Bordes, he had to toughen up as a kid because he would get bullied, and acknowledges that he got where he is now not because he was lucky but because he pushed himself.

Read the full December 16, 2018 report by Daniel D’Ambrosio in FORBES…

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