Study suggests disproportionate number of the most innovative CEOs hail from US counties with a frontier history

Biographies of Jeff Bezos don’t make much of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Although the founder and executive chairman of Amazon lived there from birth until his teenage years, the Duke City is mainly treated as a humble backdrop for Bezos’s early exploits as a budding entrepreneur and science geek. But what if it was Albuquerque that put Bezos on the map, and not the other way around?

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