Shubham Banerjee is a typical teenager—playing football, losing himself in video games, doing homework—except when it comes to his career ambitions. The high school senior says he’s known for several years that he wants to found and lead a company, to be a “legendary CEO.” The founding part should come easy: At age 13, Banerjee … Continue Reading »
Growing up in the Silicon Valley, Arvind Sridhar says he always had the feeling that he could change the world. In high school he pursued research in biomedical engineering and worked on tissue regeneration projects for organ replacement, using high-level computer code and programs to analyze his tissue data. On top of that, Sridhar founded … Continue Reading »
Poets & Quants: Michael Grimes, managing director at Morgan Stanley and an influential Silicon Valley dealmaker, is wildly enthusiastic about a new, shorter route to tech leadership: a Berkeley program that awards dual undergraduate degree in engineering and business within four years.