Draper Says University `Heroes' Learn From Failure

Feb. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Venture capitalist Tim Draper talks about Draper University of Heroes, a non-traditional school he founded to teach entrepreneurs and innovators how to gain courage and business experience from both failures and successes during the eight-week course. Surbhi Sarna, a graduate of last year's pilot program, expanded the focus of her company, nVision Medical after attending Heroes. Jewelry designer Christine Guibara says she gained the confidence to grow her boutique business. (Source: Bloomberg)

Miners Enjoy Their Fastest Comeback in a Decade
30:08 - AME Group Chief Economist Mark Pervan discusses his outlook for iron ore and gold, the mining sector and Chinese property prices. Bloomberg's David Stringer also reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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