Campus Inc

Ballon, Marc
March 1998
Inc.;Mar98, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p36
Introduces a series of articles on entrepreneurship on college campuses as of February 1998. Harvard Business School, known as the gateway to corporate America; The hunger for entrepreneurship by students; Example of the use of alumni dollars for fueling the entrepreneurial boom.


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