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Mark Zuckerberg inspires UK's entrepreneurial undergraduates to start businesses
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Mark Zuckerberg inspires UK's entrepreneurial undergraduates t...

Some 15 per cent of the UK's undergraduates are inspired to create their own companies after leaving university, according to Direct Line for Business, inspired by Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg and Google's founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. ... Real Business, 1 week ago

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With Delhi University Declaring 100 Percent Cut Offs Dont Panic. Here Are 5 College Dropouts Who Prove That Marks Arent Everything in Life.

Education today is getting more and more competitive. With each parent pushing his/her child further, the field of education has become a rat race. It doesn't really matter what you learn and how much of it you remember but what truly matters are ...
 Indiatimes1 week ago
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20 Years of ETF Investing

While many analysts discuss exchange-traded funds as the newest trend for investors, the first of these funds have been around for a long time. 2013 marked the 20th birthday for ETFs, and while many funds exploded onto the scene in the years leading ...
 ETF db1 week ago

From brilliant idea to self-made billionaire

In general, nine out of 10 startups fail. But the ones who make it all have one thing in common: a brilliant idea. Like these self-made billionaires did with their companies. GOOGLE Larry Page and Sergey Brin were PhD students at Stanford when ... weeks ago 13 ways to become a SELF-MADE BILLIONAIRE  Malaysia Chronicle2 weeks ago 13 brilliant ideas that turned these people into self-made billionaires  BusinessInsider.sg2 weeks ago

Taking a leaf from Zuckerberg's book

The best technology companies are started with a desire to solve a simple problem. Take Facebook, for example. Founder Mark Zuckerberg, a Harvard student at the time, wanted students to communicate across the campus using one social network. It ...
 IOL1 month ago Mark Zuckerberg's 31st Birthday: 17 lesser known facts  India Today1 month ago Sorry Mark Zuckerberg, We Cannot Allow You To Control Internet. 5 Reasons He Is Completely Wrong  Trak.in2 months ago
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