Most CEOs spend the latter years of their professional lives giving presentations in high-pressure board rooms for select groups of middle-aged power brokers, not in lecture halls filled with green but eager M.B.A. students, says U.S. News & World Report. However, a few opt to trade in their corner office for office hours and venture into the world of higher education. CEOs who once sat at the helm of firms ranging from startup tech companies to corporate entertainment juggernauts now lend their expertise and impart wisdom gained through experience to a new generation of prospective business leaders…

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