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The top 30 companies where Ivy League graduates who studied computer science say they most want to work
A recent from study from software company Piazza rounded up the companies that computer science students from schools like MIT, Harvard, Stanford, University of Texas Austin, and Georgia Tech are most interested in working for.
Google is the number-one place college students want to work for the fifth year running —here’s what it’s doing right
Piazza asked 150,000 students from more than 600 schools in North America where they most wanted to work. For the past five years, their answer hasn't changed: It's Google.
A 32-year-old startup CEO threw up the first time she tried to negotiate a raise — and it inspired her to launch her own company
The Muse CEO Kathryn Minshew explains that she started the company to give young professionals the kind of guidance she wished she'd had earlier in her career.
Former Google and Instagram engineers got millions to take TV into the future — here’s what it looks like
"Longform, professional vertical video is the next trend in television," says Dreams cofounder and former Google product manager Tom Bender.
Online shopping is boring and tedious, says Neha Singh, founder of Obsess. Here's how the ex-Google employee plans to usher in a new era of creativity for e-commerce
New York City has bested Silicon Valley when it comes to both the amount of capital deployed and leading female entrepreneurship. Here's why New York is becoming an attractive destination for startup founders.
Bill Gates may be known as the founder of Microsoft, but the business mogul has also put his money behind a number of surprising companies that aim to produce everything from fake meat to blood tests that could detect cancer early.
Check out the 21 most highly-funded tech startups from the last quarter — and most of them you’ve never heard of
In the first quarter of 2018, US venture capital funding across all industries grew 49% from the year before up to $22.1 billion.
‘Fail fast’ isn’t just tech startup jargon — it can make a huge difference for entrepreneurs in any field
Eu'Genia Shea CEO Naa-Sakle Akuete said she learned the hard way the importance of failing fast and failing often. Her company simultaneously supports female shea-nut pickers in Ghana and provides high-quality shea-butter products to customers in the US.
MarketSnacks CEOs Nick Martell and Jack Kramer, both former bankers, said they recently learned that asking customers for feedback can help clarify tough business decisions and resolve disagreements between them.