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Technology has a reputation for being a young person's game. That's a perception I would like to change. Sure, when I was young I had a dozen ideas a day. But I hardly ever completed anything. Now that I am older, I have the ability to finish what I started.
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Let's call a truce in the culture war and declare the consumer the winner by demanding that companies lower their prices and let their customers handle philanthropic giving as we see fit.
Whenever I think about the current state of Microsoft, I can't help but imagine Steve Ballmer, the company's CEO, in skin-tight black leather pants. ...
The problem with the US is not that we're too big to govern or that government is too big. Our problem is vision: we're stuck in the age of dinosaurs and we don't get it. Americans need to shake it up: emphasize growth rather than profits. Americans need to think different.
The America I'm proud of rewards education, ambition, and work. Why should someone be embarrassed about making a seven-figure salary?
The challenge of Common Core would have always been daunting. It now must be done on the cheap, however, after billions of dollars have been squandered on Duncan's bubble-in "reforms."
Mr. Gates, I know you have distanced yourself from the operations of Microsoft, but... There are more than a few stories that relate the downfall at M...
Hardly a day goes by without reading some form of obituary or Cassandra-like prophesy about the imminent demise of colleges and universities as we have known (and love) them. Perhaps I am in denial, but I seriously doubt the end is near.
David Rubenstein, president of The Economic Club of Washington, D.C., led a dialogue with Warren Buffett during the Economic Club's 25th anniversary celebration on Tuesday, June 5.
Button it up, people. Take the high road. Do not talk about people behind their backs. You never know when it might come back to sting you.
Tom Roderick, executive director of the Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility, asked me to share my thoughts on teaching and crap detection. These are some of the things I learned from forty years as a teacher.
Hermann Hauser may not be known far and wide in America but in Europe, he's a certified tech and investing rock star.
In more than one hundred and fifty interviews for this book -- lengthy conversations with scores of innovators and their parents, teachers, and mentors -- passion was the most frequently recurring word.
Buffett is a man of character, unequaled in the investment business. Sure, Berkshire has had its dips, but the greatness of Buffett the investor is his ability to hold back when markets become too rich, and then to pounce when fear is has replaced greed.