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Bill Gates is the Latest Billionaire Funder of Cunningham's EdPost

Peter Cunningham might be the highest paid ed reform blogger in America: Almost $1M in total compensation for 31 months (May 2014 to December 2016). 1,203 more words


Apple is the richest company, so where are all the billionaires?

”Finding billionaires in Silicon Valley isn’t hard,” Tom Metcalf and Anders Melin report for Bloomberg. “But tracking down members of the three-comma club at Apple Inc. 803 more words


Watch Steve Jobs at MIT’s Sloan School of Management

Tweeted by @EggFreckles and via The Loop‘s Dave Mark, here’s a little-seen video of Steve Jobs giving an informal talk to a class at MIT’s Sloan School of Management back in 1992, some four years before Apple would buy Steve’s NeXT which, in effect was really NeXT alum taking over a beleaguered, directionless Apple, thank Jobs! 135 more words


Laurene Powell Jobs’ Emerson Collective in talks to back BuzzFeed News

”Emerson Collective, the social impact enterprise founded by Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, is in talks to back BuzzFeed’s news division, … 568 more words


Laurene Powell Jobs' Emerson Collective Becomes a Nonprofit (?)

Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Apple Co-founder, Steve Jobs, operates an organization known as Emerson Collective.

Powell Jobs has been able to fly under the ed-reform-funding radar because her organization operated as an LLC (limited liability company), which means that she could keep her funding of ed reform largely out of public view. 536 more words

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Forbes' World's 100 Most Powerful Women: Angela Ahrendts #13, Laurene Powell Jobs #14

”Last year was a tough one for women. It seemed like the we were on the verge of electing a woman as the most powerful person on the planet. 675 more words


Peter Cunningham's Education Post Chaperoned by Broad Foundation

On September 01, 2014, Lyndsey Layton of the Washington Post officially introduced Peter Cunningham’s Education Post to the world. Below is an excerpt from Layton’s article: 849 more words

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