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Looking at the wrong planes: 'If we bury the ideas that go down in flames, we’ll never be able to fly'

When it comes to business, Kiwis may not be flightless, just afraid to fly, says Sara McFall.

There is a perception that the US has a greater appetite for business risk than New Zealand. Donald Trump’s companies have filed for bankruptcy more times in the past 30 years than any other major US company, yet he is now the Republican nominee for President, and is considered by voters the better of the two contenders to run the world’s largest economy.

But is it true, and, if so, why?

Gary Bolles, US serial entrepreneur and business commenta