Stanford and startups

Stanford, in particular, has a reputation as a startup factory, graduating more billion-dollar founders than any other university—thirty-eight during the time period of my study, compared to twenty-six from Harvard and twenty from MIT. (Among these top three schools, Stanford produces an equal number of founding CEOs and CxOs, while MIT churns out many more CTOs.)


This is one of the many passages I read in books and articles on a daily basis. They span many disciplines, including art, artificial intelligence, automation, behavioral economics, cloud computing, cognitive psychology, enterprise management, finance, leadership, marketing, neuroscience, startups, and venture capital.

I occasionally add a personal note to them.

The whole collection is available here.