Texas A&M graduates most Forbes 100 CEOs

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COLLEGE STATION, TX -- Maybe they should switch their name from Texas A&M to Texas CEO!

According to U.S. News and World Report, no other American university produces more Fortune 100 chief executive officers than the Aggies, who are tied in the rankings with Cornell, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale.

According to A&M, Bruce Broussard of Humana, David Cordani of Cigna, and Greg Garland of Philips 66 are all alum.

The school has also been recognized as number eight nationally for their "value added" or "the degree to which students do better than expected given their personal characteristics..."

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