What They Dont Teach You At Stanford Business School

Stuff you can't learn in B-school: LARRY CHIANG

Best Tweet About Detrimental FICO

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bd26194fa93733b624ec22966dbdb9d9_normal.jpeg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
12/3/14, 9:18 AM
The sum total of consumer knowledge about a detrimental FICO = “There’s ‘something’, but I don’t open or send US postal mail”

#POBox105281

PO box mail that credit bureaus receive cannot be discarded. Mail that is tampered with carries a two year prison term. Deleted email is not mail.

The freshman student-athlete is in the middle

Email not protected by FCRA. Web pages are not protected by FCRA

A great solution is
#POBox105281

#POBox105281 links to http://www.duck9.com/free-credit-report-form.htm

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Stanford University’s Founding EIR (Entrepreneur in Residence)

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Founder of “What They Don’t Teach at Business School” for CNN iReport: http://ireport.cnn.com/people/larrychiang

Author, NY Times Bestseller
http://whattheydontteachyouatstanfordbusinessschool.com/blog/?s=Ny+times+bestseller

“What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School about EUTWMPPM @SXSW” comes out 11-11-14

http://www.fastcompany.com/embed/c0d4562ea2049

52 Cards. Two Jokers. What They DO Teach You at Stanford Engineering

Emergency swings and cutting deals as an 9 year old

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Written by Larry Chiang

April 20, 2015 at 3:42 pm

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