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  • Class 2015 Full-time

  • MBA Class of 2015 Overview: Full-time


    Class of 2015 Profile¹


    Number of Candidates 406
    U.S. Citizens 55%
    Non-U.S. Citizens 45%
    Women 34%
    Median GMAT Score 710
    Median Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0) 3.6
    Average Age at Entry to MIT Sloan 28
    Average Years Full-Time Work Experience Prior to MIT Sloan 5

    ¹ Class profile (as of matriculation) and employment statistics (as of graduation) include information for MBAs and students in the joint MBA/Leaders for Global Operations program.


    Class of 2015 MBA Employment Profile²


      Number Percent
    Seeking Employment 317      79.3
    Not Seeking Employment 77 19.2
    Sponsored & Returning to Company 39 9.8
    Starting Own Business 28 7.0
    Other Reason(s) for Not Seeking 6 1.5
    Postponing Job Search 3 0.8
    Continuing Education 1 0.3
    No Information Available 6 1.5
    Total Graduates 400 100

    ² All information based on data reported by students.


    Employment Overview³


    Mean Base Salary $126,316
    Median Base Salary $125,000
    Range of Base Salary $50,000–$220,000

    ³ Full-time employment statistics based on job acceptances. 98.3% of reported acceptances included usable salary information.


    Top Hirers of MBA Class of 2015


    • McKinsey & Company (31)
    • Amazon (22)
    • Boston Consulting Group (14)
    • Google (14)
    • Deloitte Consulting (13)
    • Bain & Company (12)
    • Apple (7)
    • Microsoft Corporation (7)
    • Parthenon-EY (6)
    • Boeing (5)
    • Morgan Stanley (5)


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    MBA Class of 2015 Salary Figures: Full-time

    Class of 2015 MBA Base Salary by Industry¹


    Industry Percent Mean Median Low High
    Service Industries 75.8% $127,601 $130,000 $50,000 $185,000
    Consulting 32.1% $137,609 $140,000 $81,000 $170,000
    Software/Internet* 25.9% $118,301 $120,000 $50,000 $170,000
    Investment Banking/Brokerage 6.1% $133,889 $125,000 $125,000 $185,000
    Retail 4.1% $107,083 $110,000 $75,000 $140,000
    Private Equity/Venture Capital 2.7% $124,286 $125,000 $90,000 $175,000
    Investment Management 2.4% $129,643 $125,000 $120,000 $160,000
    Diversified Financial Services 1.7% $116,250 $115,000 $105,000 $130,000
    Media/Entertainment/Sports 0.7% - - -
    Manufacturing Industries 21.9% $123,416 $122,863 $54,500 $220,000
        Computers/Electronics 4.4% $131,538 $130,000 $100,000 $220,000
    Automotive/Aerospace 4.1% $116,594 $120,000 $80,000 $125,000
    Pharmaceutical/Healthcare/
    Biotechnology 
    4.1% $114,292 $120,000 $54,500 $139,000
    Oil/Energy 3.4% $135,701 $140,000 $120,000 $147,000
    Manufacturing: Other3  3.4% $129,000 $125,000 $120,000 $150,000
    Consumer Products 2.0% $105,167 $109,500 $90,000 $170,000
    Telecommunications 0.4% - - - -
    Government/Nonprofit 2.0% $111,833 $120,000 $70,000 $150,000
    Other 0.3% - - - -

    ¹ All salary data based on reported compensation.
    ² Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.
    3 Manufacturing: Other includes Manufacturing and Transportation/Equipment/Defense.


    Class of 2015 MBA Base Salary by Job Function


    Function Percent Mean Median Low High
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 34.1% $137,062 $140,000 $81,000 $170,000
    Finance (total) 15.5% $129,114 $125,000 $90,000 $185,000
    Finance: Other¹ 5.8% $126,938 $120,000 $110,000 $175,000
    Investment Banking 5.1% $135,667 $125,000 $125,000 $185,000
    Investment Management 2.4% $125,714 $125,000 $90,000 $160,000
        Research 1.0% $116,667 $120,000 $105,000 $125,000
        Private Client Services/
        Wealth Management
    0.9% - - -
    Venture Capital 0.3% - - - -
    Operations/Project Management 15.0% $124,130 $120,000 $85,000 $220,000
    Marketing/Sales  9.6% $111,846 $115,500 $70,000 $150,000
    Leadership Development Program/General Management 7.8% $114,152 $120,000 $54,500 $140,000
    Business Development  7.5% $113,062 $120,000 $50,000 $170,000
    Product Management/Development 7.5% $124,927 $130,000 $95,000 $140,000
    Information Technology 1.0% - - - -
    Human Resources 0.3% - - - -
    Other 1.7% $102,200 $91,000 $85,000 $140,000

    ¹ Finance/Other includes corporate finance, finance operations, treasury, and M&A.
    ² Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.


    Top Industries


      2015 2014 2013
    Consulting 32.1% 33.9% 31.9%
    High Technology* 30.6% 26.1% 19.2%
    Investment Banking 6.1% 6.8% 8.1%

    *Includes Computers/Electronics, Software/Internet and Telecommunications.


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    Top Functions


      2015 2014 2013
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 34.1% 37.4% 38.9%
    Finance 15.5% 14.2% 18.5%
    Operations/Project Management 15.0% 10.6% 11.9%

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    Class of 2015 MBA Base Salary by Geographic Location


    Location Percent Mean Median Low High
               
    Northeast¹ 37.2% $129,868 $135,000 $50,000 $170,000
    Metro Boston 22.9% $131,741 $140,000 $50,000 $170,000
    Metro NYC 11.3% $127,719 $130,000 $90,000 $155,000
    West 33.8% $127,940 $125,000 $90,000 $220,000
    San Francisco Bay Area 20.1% $132,853 $132,500 $105,000 $220,000
    Southwest 6.8% $130,106 $135,000 $100,000 $147,000
    Mid-Atlantic 4.1% $117,417 $118,500 $80,000 $147,000
    Midwest 3.8% $129,193 $125,000 $104,400 $175,000
    South 3.1% $107,222 $110,000 $70,000 $140,000
    Mexico 1.0% $123,333 $120,000 $120,000 $130,000
    Rest of the World 10.2% $114,527 $120,000 $54,500 $185,000
    Asia 4.1% $120,192 $122,500 $54,500 $185,000
    Europe including UK 2.4% $120,214 $130,000 $86,000 $140,000
    London 1.4% $121,375 $127,750 $90,000 $140,000
    Latin America & the Caribbean 2.4% $105,571 $96,000 $90,000 $150,000
    Africa 0.7% - - -
    Middle East 0.7% - - - -

    ¹ Northeast includes states/cities beyond Metro Boston and Metro NYC.
    ² Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.


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    Class of 2015 MBA Base Salary by Undergraduate Major¹


    Major Percent Mean Median Low High
    Business 16.0% $124,797 $125,000 $70,000 $185,000
    Engineering 37.0% $124,741 $125,000 $50,000 $220,000
    Science & Mathematics 14.0% $133,750 $135,000 $85,000 $170,000
    Social Sciences & Humanities 33.0% $126,818 $125,000 $75,000 $175,000

    ¹ Percentages from class profile.

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    Class of 2015 MBA Base Salary by Professional Experience


    Years of Experience Percent Mean Median Low High
    More than one year, up to 3 years 6.2% $132,322 $138,500 $85,000 $170,000
    More than three years, up to 5 years 43.3% $124,093 $125,000 $64,800 $185,000
    More than 5 years 50.5% $127,511 $130,000 $50,000 $220,000

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    Signing Bonus Received by Job Function¹


    Job Function Percent Mean Median Low High
    Investment Banking 93.3% $43,429 $48,750 $15,000 $62,500
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 79.8% $25,959 $25,000 $7,500 $45,000
    Leadership Development Program/General Management 78.3% $20,975 $21,000 $4,545 $45,000
    Operations/Project Management 77.3% $28,279 $25,500 $5,000 $57,500
    Product Management/Development 77.3% $25,265 $25,000 $5,000 $50,000
    Investment Management 71.4% $19,500 $20,000 $10,000 $27,500
    Finance: Other²  70.6% $32,083 $30,000 $20,000 $50,000
    Marketing/Sales 65.4% $18,235 $15,000 $5,000 $35,000
    Business Development 38.1% $21,750 $17,500 $5,000 $54,000

    ¹ 75.3% of the students reporting usable salary data reported receiving a signing bonus. 
    Percentage represents the number of students who received a signing bonus in the function.
    ² Finance: Other includes corporate finance, finance operations, treasury and M&A.


    Other Guaranteed Compensation


    Percent Reporting Mean Median Range
    18.8% $23,207 $20,500 $600—$70,000

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    Class of 2015 MBA Timing of Job Offers


      At Graduation Three Months after Graduation
    Percent of Students 91.5% 95.6%

    Class of 2015 MBA Timing of Job Acceptances¹


      At Graduation Three Months after Graduation
    Percent of Students 86.1% 92.4%

    ¹ Three graduates, representing 0.7% of graduates, reneged on an accepted offer.


    Class of 2015 MBA Reason for Accepting Position


    Reason Percent
    Growth Potential 31.4%
    Job Function 24.8%
    Industry 11.3%
    People/Corporate Culture  9.2%
    Job Content 7.8%
    Location 6.1%
    Prestige of Firm 4.4%
    Compensation 2.0%
    Commitment to Sustainability 1.0%
    Other 2.0%

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    Class of 2015 MBA Source of Job


    Source of Job Percent
    School-Facilitated Activities 77.6%
    Summer Internship 30.3%
    Interviews Scheduled Through On-Campus Recruiting 34.8%
    Job Postings (MIT or Sloan) 5.2%
    Alumni 2.8%
    MIT/Sloan Sponsored Events 2.1%
    Faculty/CDO/Sloan Student Referral  1.7%
    Resume Database, Resume Referrals 0.7%
    Student-Facilitated Activities 22.1%
    Personal Network 10.3%
    Contacted Directly 7.9%
    Previous Employer 2.4%
    Newspaper, Magazine, Internet Job Boards 1.4%
    Other 0.3%

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  • Class 2016 Internships

  • MBA Class of 2016 Overview: Internship


    Class of 2016 MBA Profile¹


    Number of Candidates 406
    U.S. Citizens 60%
    Non-U.S. Citizens 40%
    Women 39%
    Mean GMAT Score 713
    Median Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0) 3.6
    Average Age at Entry to MIT Sloan 28
    Average Years Full-Time Work Experience Prior to MIT Sloan 5

    ¹ Class profile includes information for MBA students and students in the joint MBA/Leaders for Global Operations program.

    Class of 2016 MBA Internship Employment Profile²


      Number Percent
    Seeking Employment 333 80.0
    Not Seeking Employment 81 19.5
    Leaders for Global Operations 50 12.0
    Starting Own Business 16 3.8
    Sponsored & Returning to Company 12 2.9
    Other Reason(s) for Not Seeking 3 0.7
    No Information Available 2 0.5
    Total Graduates 416 100

    ² All information based on data reported by students.

    Summer Employment Overview³


    Mean Monthly Base Salary $7,522
    Median Monthly Base Salary $8,000
    Range of Monthly Base Salary $300–$13,600

    ³ Summer employment statistics based on job acceptances. 91.2% of reported acceptances included usable salary information.


    Top Intern Hirers of MBA Class of 2016


    • Amazon (15)
    • Boston Consulting Group (14)
    • Google (14)
    • McKinsey & Company (13)
    • Bain & Company (10)
    • Apple (8)
    • Deloitte Consulting (7)
    • Microsoft (7)
    • Nike (6)
    • Bank of America Merrill Lynch (5)
    • Goldman Sachs (5)

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    MBA Class of 2016 Salary Statistics: Internship

    Class of 2016 MBA Monthly Salary by Industry¹

    Industry Percent Mean Median Low High
    Service Industries 74.3% $7,771 $8,000 $700 $13,600
    Software/Internet 27.2% $7,159 $8,000 $2,000 $10,833
    Consulting 19.0% $10,349 $10,917 $1,500 $13,600
    Investment Banking/Brokerage 6.9% $9,869 $10,400 $5,000 $11,000
    Retail 5.7% $5,874 $5,821 $1,500 $10,000
    Media/Entertainment 3.6% $4,149 $4,000 $1,000 $10,000
    Venture Capital 3.3% $4,512 $5,000 $1,000 $8,000
    Diversified Financial Services 3.0% $6,686 $6,750 $3,000 $10,491
    Investment Management 3.0% $4,956 $4,000 $700 $13,000
    Private Equity 2.4% $6,775 $5,750 $3,200 $11,267
    Manufacturing Industries 20.5% $7,102 $7,200 $2,083 $10,000
    Pharmaceutical/Healthcare/
    Biotechnology
    6.9% $6,852 $7,200 $2,083 $8,182
    Computers/Electronics 5.1% $7,591 $8,800 $2,750 $10,000
    Consumer Products 3.6% $6,742 $6,768 $5,000 $8,460
    Oil/Energy 1.8% $7,115 $8,000 $4,500 $9,407
    Manufacturing: Other² 3.0% $7,160 $7,200 $5,500 $8,500
    Government/Nonprofit 3.9% $4,107 $3,600 $300 $9,150
    Other 1.3% $5,333 $4,000 $4,000 $8,000

    ¹ All salary data based on reported compensation.
    ² Manufacturing: Other includes Automotive/Aerospace, Manufacturing, Telecommunications, and Transportation/Equipment/Defense.
    Amazon has been re-categorized to Software/Internet this year (rather than retail).

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    Class of 2016 MBA Monthly Salary by Job Function

    Function Percent Mean Median Low High
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 27.8% $9,346 $10,000 $300 $13,600
    Finance (total) 21.1% $7,425 $8,000 $700 $13,000
    Finance: Other¹ 6.6% $6,855 $8,000 $700 $10,491
    Investment Banking 6.3% $10,299 $10,416 $9,920 $11,000
        Venture Capital 3.6% $5,181 $5,000 $1,000 $8,000
    Investment Management 3.1% $6,156 $6,000 $1,500 $13,000
    Research 1.5% $3,367 $3,800 $1,300 $5,000
    Marketing/Sales 13.9% $6,673 $7,500 $1,000 $10,800
    Product Management/Development 11.8% $7,463 $8,000 $4,000 $10,833
    Business Development   10.6% $5,797 $6,000 $1,000 $10,000
    Operations/Project Management 9.1% $6,374 $6,650 $2,000 $9,500
    Leadership Development Program/
    General Management
    3.6% $6,633 $7,500 $2,000 $9,167
    Other 2.1% $6,234 $6,400 $4,200 $8,800

    ¹ Finance/Other includes Corporate Finance, Private Client Services/Wealth Management, and Treasury.


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    Top Industries

      2015 2014 2013
    Consulting 19.0% 20.8% 23.8%
    High Technology* 33.2% 25.0% 22.6%
    Retail 6.5% 8.7% 8.7%
    Investment Banking 6.9% 8.4% 10.2%

    *Includes Computers/Electronics, Software/Internet and Telecommunications.
     Amazon has been re-categorized to Software/Internet this year (rather than retail).

    Top Functions

      2015 2014 2013
    Consulting/Strategic Planning 27.8% 32.5% 35.3%
    Finance 21.1% 21.1% 21.4%
    Marketing/Sales 13.9% 10.9% 13.3%

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    Class of 2016 MBA Monthly Salary by Geographic Location

    Location Percent Mean Median Low High
    North America 87.9% $7,646 $8,000 $1,000 $13,600
    USA 86.1% $7,651 $8,000 $1,000 $13,600
    Northeast¹ 40.8% $7,587 $7,600 $1,000 $13,600
    Metro Boston 21.8% $8,088 $8,000 $1,300 $13,600
    Metro NYC 15.4% $6,882 $6,600 $1,000 $13,000
    West 34.1% $7,599 $8,000 $1,100 $12,000
    San Francisco Bay Area 21.1% $7,669 $8,000 $2,000 $12,000
    Southwest 3.9% $7,984 $8,500 $4,000 $11,700
    South 3.1% $9,040 $9,050 $6,500 $12,000
    Midwest 2.7% $7,674 $7,200 $5,500 $10,833
    Mid-Atlantic 1.5% $6,420 $6,150 $3,000 $10,380
    Mexico 1.5% $7,753 $7,905 $5,200 $10,000
    Canada 0.3% - - -
    Rest of the World 12.1% $6,605 $7,905 $300 $13,200
    Europe 4.5% $7,929 $9,000 $1,000 $13,200
       London 1.5% $10,025 $9,920 $9,000 $11,000
    Asia 3.6% $5,630 $7,400 $1,500 $10,000
    Latin America & the Caribbean 2.4% $6,830 $10,800 $1,400 $11,500
    Africa 1.2% $3,433 $3,800 $1,500 $5,000
    Middle East 0.3% - - - -

    ¹ Northeast includes states/cities beyond Metro Boston and Metro NYC.
    ² Dash indicates fewer than three people or less than 1% reported salary information.


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    Class of 2016 MBA Monthly Salary by Undergraduate Major¹


    Major Percent Mean Median Low High
    Business 19.0% $7,100 $7,500 $700 $13,000
    Engineering 31.0% $8,273 $8,000 $1,000 $13,600
    Science & Mathematics 17.0% $7,455 $7,200 $1,440 $13,200
    Social Sciences & Humanities 33.0% $7,291 $7,900 $300 $12,000

    ¹ Percentages from class profile.

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    Class of 2016 MBA Monthly Salary by Professional Experience

    Years Experience Percent Mean Median Low High
    More than one year, up to 3 years 12.1% $6,117 $6,450 $1,000 $12,000
    More than three years, up to 5 years 44.1% $7,647 $8,000 $300 $13,000
    More than 5 years 43.8% $7,806 $8,000 $1,000 $13,600

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    Class of 2016 MBA Reason for Accepting Position

    Reason Percent
    Job Function 24.9%
    Industry 20.1%
    Growth Potential 15.0%
    Job Content 12.2%
    Prestige of Firm 10.5%
    People/Corporate Culture 8.0%
    Location 4.2%
    Commitment to Sustainability 2.6%
    Compensation 0.3%
    Other Reason(s) 2.2%

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    Class of 2016 MBA Source of Job

    Source of Job Percent
    School-Facilitated Activities 75.1%
    Interviews Scheduled Through On-Campus Recruiting 40.3%
    Job Postings (MIT or Sloan) 16.3%
    MIT/Sloan Sponsored Events 6.2%
    Club Event 4.3%
    Faculty/CDO/Sloan Student Referral  3.7%
    Alumni 2.8%
    Resume Database, Resume Referrals 1.2%
    G-Lab 0.3%
    Student-Facilitated Activities 23.1%
    Contacted Directly 10.8%
    Personal Network 9.2%
    Newspaper, Magazine, Internet Job Boards 2.5%
    Previous Employer 0.6%
    Other Job Source 1.8%

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  • Employers
  • Employers Hiring Members of the MBA Classes of 2014 and 2015

    Bold = Employers hiring three or more MIT Sloan MBA students for full-time and/or summer positions.
    *LGO Partner during 2014-2015 academic year.


    3M

    A.T. Kearney

    Abbott India Limited

    Abraaj

    Actifio

    Advent International Corp.

    Akamai Technologies

    Alnylam Pharmaceuticals

    Altman Vilandrie & Company

    Amazon*

    American Express Company

    American Tower

    Amgen*

    The Amundsen Group

    Analysis Group

    Anheuser-Busch InBev

    Appboy 

    Apple

    athenahealth

    Auto21 

    Avaya Inc.

    Bain & Company

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Barclays

    Bechtel Enterprises

    Biogen

    BlackRock

    Bloom Energy

    BloomReach

    Boeing*

    Booz Allen Hamilton

    Boston Consulting Group, The

    Brasil Foods

    The Bridgespan Group

    Brigham and Women's Hospital

    Brook Venture Partners

    Burger King Corporation

    Capital One

    Carlyle Group

    Cartesian 

    CDH Investments

    Charles Schwab

    Cisco Systems

    ClearSky Power & Technology Fund

    CommonBond

    Credit Suisse

    Cummins Inc.

    Curaspan Health Group

    CVS Health

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    The Daily Beast

    Dakorum

    Dalberg Global Development Advisors

    Danaher Corporation*

    DataXu

    Dell*

    Deloitte Consulting

    DocuSign

    Eaton Corporation

    Education Pioneers

    EF Education First

    Electronic Arts

    EMC Corporation

    Enfoca

    Ernst & Young 

    Eventbrite

    Evercore Partners

    Facebook

    Fidelity Investments

    Formlabs

    Founder Collective

    Gap

    The Gates Foundation

    Genentech

    General Motors*

    Genzyme, a Sanofi Company

    GlaxoSmithKline

    Goldman Sachs Group

    Google

    Gradiant

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    Harvard Center for International Development

    Hasbro

    HelloFresh

    HubSpot

    IBM 

    IDEO

    Imprint Capital

    Intel Corporation

    InterGen

    Interlude

    International Finance Corporation World Bank Group

    Investec Asset Management

    Jet.com

    JPMorgan Chase & Co.

    Kaiser Permanente

    Keurig Green Mountain

    Kraft Heinz Company

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    L.E.K. Consulting

    Latin American Partners (LAP)

    Liberty Mutual Insurance

    LinkedIn

    Lockheed Martin

    Logitech

    LogMeIn

    The Luxottica Group

    Lyft

    Magneti Marelli Holding 

    Marakon

    MassVentures

    MasterCard Worldwide

    McKinsey & Company

    McMaster-Carr Supply Co

    Medallia

    Medtronic

    MGM Resorts

    Microsoft Corporation

    Morgan Stanley

    Morgan Stanley Asia Limited

    Nasdaq

    National Basketball Association (NBA)

    NESTLE USA

    NextEra Energy

    Nike*

    Nimbus Therapeutics

    Nomura International

    Norwest Equity Partners

    Okta

    Oliver Wyman Group

    Optimizely

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    Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)*

    Paramount Pictures

    Parthenon- EY

    Partners in Performance International

    PayPal

    Percolate

    Philips

    PIMCO

    PriceWaterhouseCoopers

    Procter & Gamble

    PwC Strategy&

    Quantcast

    Rakuten

    RapidSOS

    Raytheon*

    Redstar Ventures, LLC

    Related Companies

    Riot Games

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    Salesforce.com

    Samsung Electronics America

    Samsung Open Innovation Center

    SanDisk*

    Santander

    Schlumberger Business Consulting

    Sephora

    Shell

    Smith & Nephew

    Social Finance

    Spear Street Capital

    Spotify

    Stax Inc.

    Telefonica

    Tesla Motors

    Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.

    Third Rock Ventures

    Time Warner

    TripAdvisor

    Uber Technologies

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    Viacom/Viacom Media Networks

    VMware

    Walmart

    Wayfair

    Wellington Management Company

    WeWork

    Whirlpool

    The White House

    World Fuel Services

    Zynga

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