CEE Review: Startup MBA | Thiel’s Zero to One | The Really Big Tech Issues | Does Money Buy Elections?, and more

News and Opinion

jeff-sandefer The Startup MBA program: entrepreneur and BusinessWeek professor of the year Jeff Sandefer co-founded the Acton MBA. The Savvy Street.

Why are tech entrepreneurs focused on gaming and photo sharing — and not on the big problems of the infrastructure of the virtual world? Stanford’s Balaji Srinivasan’s paper on Regulation, Disruption, and the Technologies [pdf].

Nigerian billionaire Tony Elumelu’s plan to develop 10,000 African entrepreneurs in ten years. Forbes.

Free speech and entrepreneurs: “Comfyballs” is too much for the US Patent Office.zero-to-one-thiel

Anurag Wadehra reviews Peter Thiel’s Zero to 1. Constellation Research.

And Philip Broughton reviews Alex Epstein’s The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels. The Wall Street Journal.

Does Money Buy Elections? When Billionaires Court Voters. Stephen Hicks at The Good Life.

Announcements

Jim-CollinsIdea: “A company should limit its growth based on its ability to attract enough of the right people.” (Jim Collins)

This will be our final CEE Review for the year. See you in 2015. Here are the previous editions of CEE Review.

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