Bill Cunningham is wearing the requisite hipster uniform of thick black-framed glasses, a spring-tone plaid shirt and blue jeans. He’s sitting in a conference room at the Wonder Bread Factory, a four-story, century-old brick building redeveloped into a workspace for entrepreneurs.
It’s your stereotypical startup environment, but Cunningham doesn’t fit in with his surroundings.
At 57, he’s at…
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