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We are all suckers in the airline cabin class war
A worldwide study of airlines by the International Civil Aviation Organisation found that, between 2007 and 2013, there was an average of one unruly passenger incident every 1,708 flights, of which a fifth were serious enough to warrant police ...
Why the Brexit Vote Matters for the Global Economy
Still, there are those, like Harvard professor and capital markets expert Hal S. Scott, who believe they could come back to bite the global markets if Brexit were to create market contagion. “In the (still small) chance that this happens, the U.S ...
Chinese officials 'create 488m bogus social media posts a year'
However, the study by Harvard University researchers (pdf) claims many of those comments are not posted by ordinary citizens, as previously thought, but by civil servants who double as online stooges.
In China, Government Workers Push Rosy, Diverting Views Online  New York Times
Heard the one about the comic in the office?
Workplace conflicts are emotionally complex and trying to solve them along rational lines will result in failure, says Professor Daniel Shapiro, founder of the Harvard International Negotiation Program. “People often assume conflict resolution is a ...
Harvard University bids to stamp out single-sex societies and clubs
“Over time Harvard has transformed its undergraduate student body as it welcomed women, minorities, international students and students of limited financial means as an increasing proportion of its population,” she wrote. “But the campus culture has ...
Harvard to ban members of single-sex clubs from student leadership roles  The Guardian
Harvard to bar members of all-male clubs from leading groups  Daily Mail
€500 'Bin Laden' banknotes to be axed
“In view of the international role of the euro and the widespread trust in its banknotes, the €500 will remain legal tender and can therefore continue to be used as a means of payment and store of value.
International Business|Europe to Remove 500-Euro Bill, the 'Bin Laden ...  New York Times
Chris Voss Founder and CEO of the Black Swan Group
Chris Voss is the Founder and CEO of the Black Swan Group Ltd. He has used his many years of experience in international crisis and high stakes negotiations to develop a unique program and team that applies these globally proven techniques to the ...
The Rise of Entrepreneurship Among College/Graduate Students and Young ...
In addition to being a doctoral candidate at Harvard University, Hou continues her research into the dynamics of startups and teaches entrepreneurship courses.
Affirmative Action Is Here to Stay
The diversity goal is freestanding, which is why it's also not time-limited. Kennedy approved all the university's stated goals: facilitating cross racial understanding, training a cross-section of leaders with legitimacy in the eyes of the public and ...
The Limits of “Grit”
The cadets are admirable, of course, but they are way off the charts compared with the rest of us; their experience may be of limited use. Other social ... The standardized-testing agencies that administer the National Assessment of Educational ...