Kellogg Magazine  |  Spring 2017



1975 Evening & Weekend

Richard Davidson retired this year at age 70. He had a cable TV equipment business and participated in five other startups. He invested much of what he earned and can live well off just bond interest. Concepts like that were a direct result of his MBA training and thinking. Consulting in the technology boom period was another product of the Kellogg degree program’s effect on his entrepreneurial zeal. Looking back, it was a great ride and gave him a wonderful life story to tell.