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Can Tech Startup Schools Teach #TheNextBigThing?

Thursday, December 8, 2011   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Kristina Moy
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By Hari Sreenivasan, PBS Newshour

Depending on where you live, the word startup has different connotations. For some, it means embarking on an adventure filled with unknown risk and ending in likely peril; for others, like those in our story on Tuesday's NewsHour broadcast, it's just what is: a reality few others can understand.

Very few of the technology startups that came to define the dot-com boom of the mid-'90s are still standing today: They are part of the truism that most startups fail. What's interesting about entrepreneurs is their self-belief, their vision that the thing they are building solves a problem, that the world will frankly be less interesting without their solution.


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