Google CEO: Israelis Succeed because They Break Rules
Google chairman Eric Schmidt provided a vote of support toward Israel on Sunday, praising its "culture of entrepreneurship" amidst several high-profile attempts to lob global boycotts against the Jewish state.
"Israel is booming in terms of entrepreneurship because you have a culture to challenge authority and to question everything," Schmidt said, in a speech to hundreds of students and researchers at the Weizmann Institute. "You're not going by the rules."
"The impact of the Israelis on science and technology is immense, so that's why I'm here and why I'm investing here," he added.
In the modern world, he noted, as the economy grows, there is a need for innovation and the establishment of new companies.
Source: Arutz Sheva
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