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computer scientist? references?
As far as I know, Agassi is not doing research in computer science and never did. Unless a computer scientist is a respectable name to a software engineer (which is a respectable name to a programmer), this category membership is wrong.
Very few references included. Plus, yes, a degree in computer science makes a software engineer, not a computer scientist. For the latter you need an advanced degree or substantial experience in the field.
With all due respect, is this man a Martian? The article says nothing about his personal history, such as family, upbringing, education, personal life, etc. As it is, the article is hardly more than a stub; perhaps it should be tagged as such. --AVM (talk) 19:22, 11 August 2010 (UTC)
Why is his religion listed?
Resigned or fired
- Yes, he's gone. Forbes and Haaretz agree. The company seems to have run out of money. --John Nagle (talk) 06:55, 15 October 2012 (UTC)
- Updated the article to reflect the bankruptcy and liquidation. I also removed much of the Better Place hype. Better Place, over its life, generated huge amount of hype, preannounced lots of stuff that didn't happen, and blew through $850 million, but only put 1,400 electric cars on the road. Agassi was in charge until shortly before the bankruptcy. John Nagle (talk) 03:28, 25 September 2014 (UTC)