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mba

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Google paid this much to the guy who briefly owned Google.com

A former employee nabbed the domain name for one minute back in September when Google somehow let its ownership slip.

By January 29, 2016

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Imagine Apple with an MBA at top, no Steve Jobs

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.

By July 16, 2011

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From grad school to plugging in to Google's cloud

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.

By May 11, 2011

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Yale MBA dean to found Apple University

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.

By October 22, 2008

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Lessons from a Harvard MBA grad who said no to Google

The story of Philip Delves Broughton's two years spent at Harvard might suggest lessons for today's tech businesses.

By September 16, 2008

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MBA job hunters find Silicon Valley more welcoming

MBAs find that more tech companies are shaking off the effects of the dot-com crash and starting to hire again.

By January 10, 2006

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The open-source programmer who means business

Linux expert and MBA candidate Alan Cox talks about the GPL, patent politics and the drive to the desktop.

By February 2, 2006

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Veritas CFO leaves on MBA lie

The software maker says that former CFO Kenneth E. Lonchar falsely claimed to have received an MBA from Stanford University.

By October 3, 2002

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Yes, it's the people--but for other reasons

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.

September 26, 2001

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How much should you tell a VC?

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.

July 10, 2001