William Raduchel

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William J. Raduchel
OccupationIndependent director, angel investor, strategic advisor

Dr. William J. Raduchel is an independent director, angel investor and strategic advisor. He was formerly a professor of economics at Harvard, and an assistant dean at Harvard and Radcliffe. He has been an executive at Ruckus Network, Sun Microsystems, AOL Time Warner, Xerox Corporation, and McGraw-Hill. He also serves on boards for the Salvation Army and STEP (National Academy of Sciences).[1][2][3]

He was once described as Scott McNealy's mentor since his early college days, convincing McNealy to study economics, and eventually joining McNealy at Sun. Before Sun, he recruited McNealy to join Onyx Computer to manage manufacturing.[3]


  1. ^ "Bill Raduchel bio", Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy: Policy and Global Affairs (website) [1], accessed 2010-04-27
  2. ^ "Dr. William Raduchel", Michigan Tech website, accessed 2010-04-27 [2]
  3. ^ a b Brent Schlender (October 13, 1997). "JAVAMAN THE ADVENTURES OF SCOTT MCNEALY TODAY'S EPISODE HIS FIGHT TO SAVE THE WORLD WIDE WEB FROM THE EVIL EMPIRE". Fortune Magazine. Retrieved 2008-03-17.