July 17, 2012
The landscape of education in popular culture is changing. With controversial programs being introduced to encourage people to forego education and follow their dreams, the question of whether or not a college degree is necessary for success has never been more prevalent. But for every Mark Zuckerberg billionaire college dropout in the world shooting for the stars, there is always an able bodied and educated team there to make sure he lands back on earth when it's time to actually run a business. Here then is an infographic round up of some of the top entrepreneurs in the tech world, and the educated lieutenants that help them stay there.
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