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Charles B. Wang is the founder of Computer Associates International, Inc. (now CA, Inc.). He was born in Shanghai, but moved to Queens, NY, when he was eight years old. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Queens College in New York, and later taught at Columbia University. In 1976, Wang started Computer Associates and has since authored two books to help executives master technology: ‘Techno Vision’ and ‘Techno Vision II’. Wang retired from Computer Associates in 2002.
He is currently the majority owner of the New York Islanders hockey franchise and the New York Dragons Arena football franchise. He is the master developer of the Lighthouse and the Nassau Coliseum.