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Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer seemed to be following the script for retired tech billionaires. After retiring in 2014, the now 61-year-old bought a sports team (his Los Angeles Clippers are playing in the NBA playoffs). He signed on to teach a management course at a top business school. He started thinking more about philanthropy. But […]
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