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Launching an imperfect product is an entrepreneur's worst nightmare. But by taking the time to perfect it prior to launch, entrepreneurs might be missing out on valuable feedback from customers, says Ryan Ferrier, co-founder of the program 60 Day MBA.
The Apprentices of a Digital Age Michael Falco for The New York Times Shailia Ittycheria and Kane Sarhan founded Enstitute, an on-the-job alternative to attending college...So instead of languishing in college, she dropped out after her freshman year.
April 2013 Orfalea College of Business Dean Christy is set to leave Cal Poly this summer to be the provost and senior vice president of student affairs at Baruch College in New York City. Courtesy photo Orfalea College of Business Dean Dave Christy
Matthew Goldstein announced recently that he'll step down as chancellor of City University in a few months...Degrees from the system's four-year institutions were becoming worthless...Rudolph Giuliani and George Pataki came together to put an end to
April 2013 Orfalea College of Business Dean Dave Christy will be leaving Cal Poly for Baruch College in New York City this summer, where he will be serving as the provost and senior vice president of student affairs, according to a Cal Poly press
March 4, 2013 In the Bronx you hear that old side-splitter from Zambia about the reluctant debtor trying his best to hide from the neighborhood loan shark behind the short curtain that divides traditional one-room homes, his toes poking out.
Franz Kline Estate / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Chief (Train), a 1942 painting that is among some 50 works in Franz Kline: Coal and Steel, at the Sidney Mishkin Gallery at Baruch College. Kline was unique for more or less vaulting onto
College students returned from winter break last month to find the traffic and parking gone, and a brand new open air campus on East 25th Street between Lexington Avenue and 3rd Avenue. The street is now lined with crunchy gravel and filled with
So some Baruch College students tried using a similar method to gain an edge in signing up online for a new semester's classes. But instead of getting seats in the most popular courses, they got themselves in a bit of trouble...In all, 19 Baruch
Guilty Plea in Grade-Fixing at Baruch Published: December 20, 2012 He was the kind of school administrator some college students might have considered themselves lucky to encounter, someone who was willing to raise grades issued by professors when