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It takes a village ….. to teach Entrepreneurship!

How often do you sit in a class and think to yourself – now THIS is what I came to business school for!!?? Well, last night it happened to me folks! And that too on a Monday! I have posted … Continue reading

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Going, going, gone! Oh wait, there is still add-drop!

So Haas and other business schools have this exciting system of auctioning off enrollment in elective courses. You don’t have to do this in your first year (all core courses are mandatory). The way it works (short version), is that … Continue reading

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All aboard the Haas Express!

So, because I have a year-old convertible, I really do enjoy my drives to and from Berkeley. The weather has been superbly cooperative and I get to blast my favorite music or just listen to the wind as it rushes by. … Continue reading

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EBP takeaways – IP and Legal Issues

The October 26, 2010 session of the Entrepreneurial Best Practices series covered IP and legal issues. Software code is covered by copyright. This is automatically secured at the time that the code is created. There are additional complications with GPL, … Continue reading

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