Five-time NBA champion and three-time MVP Earvin "Magic" Johnson (pictured right) serves as a prototype not only for tall, physical point guards, but also for professional athletes looking to run multifaceted businesses after they are done playing sports. His Magic Johnson Enterprises company began bringing businesses to underserved urban areas in the mid-1990s, mostly through high-end movie theaters at first. In 1998, he opened his first Starbucks franchise through a ...

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