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Kevin O'Leary: Why You Should Be Merciless in Business

'Shark Tank' host Kevin O'Leary explains to CNBC co-anchor Tyler Mathisen why all entrepreneurs and CEOs should be willing to fire anyone who doesn't fit with the business -- even if they're family.
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