Michael Bloomberg on How to Succeed in Business

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Michael Bloomberg on How to Succeed in Business

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Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 2:50am

CAMPAIGN: Bloomberg: Philanthropy & Engagement

CONTENT: Article

Originally posted on Ny Times.

He was the grandson of Russian and Lithuanian immigrants and the son of a dairy company accountant, and he was fired before he was 40. But Michael R. Bloomberg persevered to become, at last count by Forbes magazine, the world’s eighth richest person. He achieved this phenomenal success without a master plan. But in retrospect, his evolution — from Eagle Scout to graduate of Johns Hopkins and Harvard Business School, to bond trader and partner at Salomon Brothers, to founder of a business information network that bears his name and three-term mayor of New York City — was no accident. Mr. Bloomberg, who briefly mulled an independent campaign for president last year, shared some advice for students looking to succeed in business.

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CAMPAIGN: Bloomberg: Philanthropy & Engagement

CONTENT: Article