After his fresher year at the College of Pittsburgh Cuban, moved to Indiana University. His understanding of supply and need extended far outside the class. Having to generate income to continue on in university (he was paying his own tuition) Cuban started providing dance courses. That venture soon led him to hosting luxurious disco parties at the Bloomington National Guard armory.
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After graduating in 1981, Cuban returned to Pittsburgh and took a job with Mellon Bank, simply as the business was ready to switch over to computers. Cuban immersed himself the research of machines and networking. However he had no real need to socialize in his house city for too long, and in 1982 he left Pittsburgh for Dallas.
Cuban eventually landed a task offering software however, choosing he might do much better on his own, formed his own consulting business, MicrosSolutions. Cuban was quickly a specialist in the industry of computer systems and computer system networking. He likewise had a flair for developing a smart, rewarding company. In 1990, Cuban offered the firm to CompuServe for $6 million.
His fortune making, nevertheless, was far from done. Noticing that a new world awaited with the development of the Internet, Cuban and a company partner, Indiana alum Todd Wagner, started AudioNet in 1995. Its formation was rooted in a desire to be able to listen to Indian Hoosier basketball games online. The company, despite its early critics, proved to be a smash success. Relabeled Broadcast.com, the firm went public in 1998 and soon saw its stock reach $200 a share. A year later, Wagner and Cuban offered out to Yahoo! for nearly $6 billion.