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Sunday, 25 March 2007 13:33

Gates gets honorary diploma

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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Harvard's got a new graduate

Bill Gates, probably the most famous Harvard dropout, will finally get an honorary diploma from the Ivy league school. The founder of Microsoft left school to concentrate on his work in a then small private company which he started in 1975. with Paul Allen.



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Gates will receive the honorary diploma at the 30 year anniversary ceremony of his 1977 class. He will also hold a speech at the ceremony. As one of the world's most successful men, with a $56 billion fortune accodring to Forbes, Gates has definitely earned the honor.

We believe he will have no trouble finding an internship upon graduation.


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