A former employee nabbed the domain name for one minute back in September when Google somehow let its ownership slip.
Apple would probably cease to exist if it was run by a cutthroat MBA texbook-thumping executive. Innovation and product risk-taking just isn't in their DNA.
Ben Wheeler took a gamble that grad school would pay off. After two years of a grueling engineering and MBA program, he'll be working at Google, where he'll apply his operations chops to cloud computing.
Apple will have a new program early next year called Apple University, and while it's not clear what that will entail, Yale's Joel Podolny has been tapped as its leader.
The story of Philip Delves Broughton's two years spent at Harvard might suggest lessons for today's tech businesses.
MBAs find that more tech companies are shaking off the effects of the dot-com crash and starting to hire again.
Linux expert and MBA candidate Alan Cox talks about the GPL, patent politics and the drive to the desktop.
The software maker says that former CFO Kenneth E. Lonchar falsely claimed to have received an MBA from Stanford University.
A News.com reader writes that technology is being held back because VCs are unwilling to look past their MBA spreadsheet logic into revolutionary ideas.
Stanford MBA student Jamie Earle says there's no faster way to get turned down by a venture capitalist than to ask her to sign a nondisclosure agreement.