The early life of Tony Petrello as a mathematician

Anthony Petrello is the current, Chief executive officer of Nabors Industries. Nabors is one of the largest firms in the United States. It also one of the largest in the world in its category of oil and natural gas drilling operations. Nabors have drilling operations in the United States, Africa, Canada, Middle East and the Far East. Its business operations have almost touched every part of the globe. This has been a result of good leadership that has been portrayed by the management of the company over a couple of the last few years. Nabors have been able to accomplish major goals set out in its plan under the leadership of the shrewd CEO Tony Petrello.

Tony Petrello joined Nabors as the chief operating officer in 1991. Under his capacity, he was able to see a proper alignment of the business operations with the strategic goals that have been set His input brought a much need breath of fresh air in the firm. Tony was able to bring in his managerial skills which he had displayed in his former work portfolios to Nabors and truly he did not fail. The records today speak for themselves. It for his hard work and dedication that he was the best-remunerated CEO in 2014 in the whole of USA.

Tony Petrello did not get to this position due to some shady means. It was a pure case of “hard work pays”. Tony Petrello was born from a humble family, his parents could not afford to take him to a private school where he could receive the highest quality of education possible. He attended the local public schools in his hometown of Newark, NJ. Tony Petrello displayed exceptional knowledge of mathematics and from a very young age, he could handle complex mathematical problems in calculus and algebra.

Tony Petrello’s talent was spotted by the Yale University who gave him a full scholarship to study at the university. At Yale, he would be mentored by Lang, a professor of mathematics. Together they would work on various mathematical theories that Lang wanted to prove. Petrello grasp of mathematics was way above his course mates at the university. Tony Petrello attained bachelors and masters in mathematics. Petrello however, surprised many when he opted out of a career in mathematics and decided to talk law at the Harvard school of law. Tony Petrello had lost interest in mathematics and wanted to move to a human science career.

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