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Readers debate the brusque management style of software billionair­e Frank Slootman, Snowflake’s CEO.

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For homebound students, dishonest schoolwork during the pandemic has gotten much easier. One big reason is Chegg, a company minting money by answering test (er, homework . . . cough, cough) questions on demand. A market need being filled, or sign of academic apocalypse? Readers raised their hands to weigh in.

COLIN EDWARDS:

“Gotta love technology that contribute­s to the degradatio­n of society for

the gain of profit.”

@OLIVIER_AMAR:

“This is total BS. Soon they’re going to call out Google for kids looking up answers

there, too.”

@CUPIDEANSO:

“It isn’t that serious. Anything

truly comprehens­ive still [requires that you] do

the work.”

DREW BATES:

“Colleges cheat students every day. They’re still getting

that tuition money, right?”

LARRY CHAO:

“You can cheat on a test, but you can’t cheat your way through life without

getting caught.”

@VETCAPITAL­GROUP:

“The problem isn’t Chegg. The problem is that people want to cheat to get ahead.”

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