The Chilean mining story has a Stanford connection

Hugo  Infante/Government of Chile
Photo: Hugo Infante/Government of Chile

While 33 Chilean miners were trapped underground for 69 days, LAURENCE GOLBORNE, Stanford Executive Program ’96, was busy overseeing the rescue operation, fielding questions from journalists from around the globe and comforting the family members of the men nearly a half mile beneath the activity on the surface. His work – and his Tweets – have attracted more than 67,000 followers on Twitter.

Read the full story on the Graduate School of Business website.