In the United States, there are people who earn their money from through illegitimate means especially those who work in the Wall Street. However, not everyone who is extremely wealthy has to undergo through illegitimate means to earn money. One of the people who has done very well and proved that it is indeed possible to earn money through sheer hard work is Anthony Petrello. He is one of the people who have hard work have been ingrained in their minds from a very tender age. The upbringing of Anthony Petrello is an interesting one. He was born from a humble family but have over time managed to make himself one of the highest earners in the world.
Anthony Petrello is known for his role as the chief executive of Nabors Industries, a global leader in oil and natural gas drilling. Anthony Petrello joined the company in 1991 after he left job in one of the law firms in the city of New York. His first responsibility in the law firm was that of the chief operating officer.
Anthony is one of the business executives who have a peculiar background. Although he is a leader of a global company, he has no educational background in management or business related studies. He came from a law and a mathematics background. Anthony Petrello holds masters in mathematics from the University of Yale. He has a Juris Doctor from the Harvard school of law. After his law studies, he would join a law firm in New York known as Baker and Mckenzie. He would work in the law firm for about four years before leaving it to join Nabors Industries in 1991.
Anthony Petrello personal brilliance was evident from a very young age. He was a mathematics genius who could handle mathematics problems meant for advanced professions such as physicists. His talent in mathematics was so clear that while in high school he was awarded a scholarship to learn at the Yale University. For more info about us: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/anthony-petrello#/entity click here.
At Yale University, he worked closely with Serge Lang on proving various mathematical theories that existed at the time. Serge Lang was a professor of mathematics and was his mentor at the university. When Serge Lang died Anthony Petrello set up a foundation to commemorate the impact that he had on the young mathematicians in the institution. The foundation awards students who show exceptional prowess in mathematics. The winner of the mathematical contest is normally awarded $150,000 plus other goodies.