PayPal founder (and billionaire) Peter Thiel is offering grants to 20 students under the age of 20, luring them to leave school and become entrepreneurs. He thinks that getting teenagers to start thinking big early will help them become innovators. Rather than take on education debt, Thiel wants these kids to get $100,000 from a mogul and start a business.
In a Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of CEOs of S&P 500 companies, those without college degrees tied with University of California system graduates as running the most businesses. Last month, Stephen Greer asked Does an Entrepreneur Need an MBA? … More >>