Thursday, June 2, 2011

[Video] Peter Thiel Offers $100,000 for Some Bright Minds Not to Go to College

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Paypal co-founder, venture capitalist and (not as successful) hedge fund manager Peter Thiel is leading the charge against the university bubble in the United States.  He talks about an interesting initiative to pay potential students $100K not to go to college with CNBC.  Obviously this has a relatively limited scope, but the audacious nature of the offer certainly has the internets (sic) buzzing based from my readings the past few months

5 minute video - email readers will need to come to site to view.



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