Saturday, October 3, 2015

MBA Entrepreneurs From Top B-Schools Raise $62bn In Venture Capital

Start-up companies founded by graduates of 25 top business schools have raised $62.8 billion in venture capital funding, according to a BusinessBecause analysis of data from PitchBook, a VC and private equity research firm.

PitchBook compiled a ranking of the top global universities and business schools for VC funding.

Top of the MBA list is Harvard Business School, whose 557 entrepreneurs have raised $6.7 billion for nearly 500 start-up companies. One Harvard venture, Oscar Health Insurance, a US health insurance company that utilizes technology and data, raised $327 million, valuing the start-up at $1.5 billion

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