In this look at what makes Greek Americans so successful, the Huffington Post introduces the latest Greek success story behind the new Archimedes Award. He first worked with computers as a young college intern at Cape Canaveral. The little start-up he launched is now the world’s largest broadcast software company. But instead of sitting back in quiet retirement, Dr. Andrew Economos is stepping forward today — and giving back — as he launches the Archimedes Award, the Next Generation Initiative’s new scholarship for Greek American students in the fields of science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
When the National Journal recently looked at why Greeks are more likely to own their own business than other ethnic groups in America, I was curious to learn what they would find. What strengths take Greeks to the top of the list? Read more at: huffingtonpost.com