Many discussions have been going around about entrepreneurship and its positive effects on unemployment. Last Thursday, Our very own alumni Bob Diamond, Tom Riley, and Eric Rosengren talked about the state of economy in the Diamond building. Riley, who was an entrepreneur and conveniently seated in between a banker (Diamond) and a regulator (Rosengren), said that “ his two health-care-related companies have hired 500 people during the last three years. He said job-creating entrepreneurs will be key in the recovery, as will investments in education.” I figure I should share this especially to my fellow seniors. Maybe we can give ourselves a job.

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