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Byline: Cord Cooper
5 If you'd like a lesson in determination, look no further than Stampp Corbin, founder and chief executive of RetroBox.
His firm helps clients sell, redeploy or charitably donate used high-tech equipment. It's a profitable niche, and it's attracting a slew of mom-and-pop copycats. But Corbin remains a segment leader, he says, by outdoing rivals on service and reliability.
Here's how the business works:
When companies upgrade technology or do mergers and acquisitions, they're often stuck with a ton of unneeded equipment. Many of them turn to RetroBox, which picks the equipment up, transports it to one of two …