William Henry "Bill" Gates III (born October 28, 1955) is an American business
magnate, .... In reality, Gates and Allen did not have an Altair and had not written
code for it; they merely...
May 10, 2010 ... For more than a decade, Bill Gates has been one of the wealthiest, if... ... of
Microsoft would finally receive his degree (an honorary doctorate) ...
Jun 3, 2015 ... Bill Gates is something of a model for education skeptics. ... If they didn't need a
college degree, the skeptics suggest, maybe you don't need one, either. ... he
notes, have attended some college without earning a degree.
Jun 3, 2015 ... Bill Gates, who dropped out of Harvard, got an honorary degree from ... or 36
million Americans -- have started college and then dropped out.
Jun 7, 2007 ... "I'll be changing my job next year, and it will be nice to finally have a college
degree on my resume," said Gates in a reference to his plan to shift ...
Mar 8, 2016 ... Arianna Huffington says she wouldn't have published the salacious Trump. ....
Harvard dropout Bill Gates thinks the value of college is 'easy to underestimate' ...
It also does seem like Gates has evolved his thinking on college ... Besides, in
2007, Gates returned to Harvard to accept an honorary degree.
Oct 17, 2016 ... Bill Gates says it's 'unfortunate' he never finished his Harvard degree but he ... In
a new interview with Bloomberg, Gates says that he doesn't have many regrets. ...
It also does seem like Gates has evolved his thinking on college ... He recently
said the value of a college degree is "easy to unde...
Because by dropping out, these people lose nothing, but stand to gain everything
. Let's first ... Do we have educated millionaires/billionaires that are more
successful than the likes ... How is getting a college degree is still relevant when
people like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg never actually earn a
Mar 22, 2007 ... It's not like he needs it to beef up his résumé, but the world's richest college
dropout is finally getting his degree.
Bill Gates lasted three years at Harvard. ... At least he didn't have to pay for the
extra year of tuition. ... Today a college degree is worth $365,000 for the average
American man after subtracting all its direct and indirect costs over a lifetime.