Insightful op-ed written by two students at Stanford. Especially since 15% of their classmates will end up working in the financial services industry. This touches on many major issues with our education system, especially the focus/purpose of higher education in America.
I think if anything, we could be headed toward a social entrepreneurial bubble if we’re not in one already. It’s not easier than traditional business. It’s harder. No one changes the world in a drive-by, no one tweets their way to climate change.
Hope for a Cure
New research from SMU’s Geothermal Laboratory, funded by a grant from Google.org, documents significant geothermal resources across the United States capable of producing more than three million megawatts of green power – 10 times the installed capacity of coal power plants today.
Dylan Ratigan Blows Up on MSNBC
Dylan was the primary reason I watched CNBC. Since he left I seldom watch it. However, this is why I watched him. He cares and voices his opinion regardless of the consequences and often times he’s right.
Entrepreneurship: the pursuit of opportunity beyond resources currently controlled.
First, we must stop providing a first-rate education in science and technology to foreign students – and then forcing them to leave.