After graduating in 1981, Cuban returned to Pittsburgh and took a job with Mellon Bank, simply as the business was ready to switch over to computers. Cuban immersed himself the research of machines and networking. However he had no real need to socialize in his house city for too long, and in 1982 he left Pittsburgh for Dallas. Cuban eventually landed a task offering software however, choosing he might do much better on his own, formed his own consulting business, MicrosSolutions. Cuban was quickly a specialist in the industry of computer systems and computer system networking. He likewise had a flair for developing a smart, rewarding company. In 1990, Cuban offered the firm to CompuServe for $6 million.