FedEx Founder: I Couldn’t Start Company with Today’s Economy, Regulations


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FedEx Founder: I Couldn’t Start Company with Today’s Economy, Regulations
By Andrew Johnson
NationalReview.com/corner
March 28, 2013 6:07 P.M.

At an aviation conference today, the founder and CEO of FedEx suggested that he would not be able to create his delivery company in today’s regulatory climate. Frederick Smith, who started FedEx in Arkansas in 1971, told Fox News’s Bret Baier that his company is “a creature of the government getting out of the way of business” because regulations in the transportation industry were steadily rolled back after he founded it, which allowed his company to grow.

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I’ve heard this many times…


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And it’s not a bit surprising.