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Reddy’s new book says what we know about startups is wrong

K.P. Reddy, BCE 1994, published his first book Feb. 5. "What You Know About Startups Is Wrong" aims to set the record straight on entrepreneurship and startup culture. (Photo Courtesy: The Combine)

Drawing from his 25 years as a self-professed serial entrepreneur — and some hard-earned lessons — K.P. Reddy has set out to correct some of the mythology around startups in a new book out Feb. 5.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Alumnus’ new book follows a Civil War surgeon on the run from Sherman’s army

Thomas Robertson Jr., B.S. 1973, has just published a book of journals from a Confederate surgeon fleeing Sherman's army at the end of the Civil War. The surgeon was Francis Robertson, the author's ancestor.

Monday, June 29, 2015
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