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The MIT Sloan Graduate Breathing New Life into Recycled Saris

Bijal Shah was living comfortably in San Francisco, working in global corporate strategy for a big-name brand, when a sudden family tragedy shook her...

Gov. Patrick’s Proposed Global EIR Program is a Reassuring Step, But...

Governor Deval Patrick announced Thursday the proposal of a Global Entrepreneur in Residence Program. Or rather, a plan to keep highly-skilled international students in...

College Preparedness Called Into Question at Boston UpFront [Event]

"Students graduating from ... a four-year university or any educational experience are usually vastly lacking in skills that employers are looking for." Ask a majority...

Is the Internet Responsible for Helping Improve Business Schools’ Future?

Call business school what you will — "an absolute waste of money," perhaps — but the MBA-granting institutions are fighting back, proving they can be...

Entrepreneurship Can Be Taught, & MIT is Prepared to Prove It

To all who ask, "Can entrepreneurship be taught?" MIT is here to say, "Yes." And who better to educate the masses than the school...

The MIT-Born Platform Putting the Power Back into Independent Musicians’ Hands

When the digital age dawned, independent artists were tuned out. Music, now downloaded in droves, is being consumed at a higher rate than ever....

MIT Students Encouraged to Build a Business on Campus with New...

For MIT student entrepreneurs, building a business on campus is now even easier. The Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship announced Friday the creation...

You Know, You Can Launch a Startup While Getting Your MBA

Start a company, or go to business school? The question keeps creeping into the spotlight, most recently because of investor Chamath Palihapitiya, founding partner at...

How MIT is Helping Entrepreneurs Spur Economic Development in Their Home...

Forever at the heart of innovation is MIT, an institution that's produced more than 25,000 active companies and helped employ 3.3 million people. Given...

The MIT-Made Platform Providing an Accessible Alternative to the Reddit AMA

If Reddit's famed Ask Me Anything has taught us anything, it's that the public has questions everyone from President Barack Obama and Matt Damon...

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