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Unabomber Ted Kaczynski updates Harvard classmates on his life
Kaczynski graduated in 1962 and is locked up in the federal Supermax prison in Colorado for killing three people and injuring 23 during a nationwide bombing spree between 1978 and 1995.
Bo Xilai's son graduates from Harvard
Media reported a fondness for luxury cars and raised questions about how the family could afford to send him to some of the world's top schools and universities, including Harrow, Oxford and Harvard, on his father's limited state salary. Bo Guagua ...
Telecom's Competitive Solution: Outsourcing?
But a solution could come by following the example of the lean, agile, and India-based company Bharti AirTel Limited. Bharti is the largest telecommunications services provider in India.
When Ingenuity Saves Lives
Enter jugaad innovation - a cost-effective approach for creating affordable products and services using limited resources. Jane Chen, Linus Liang, Naganand Murty, and Rahul Panicker cofounded a company called Embrace to come up with an affordable ...
The Mormon way of business
Mormons are such a force at Harvard Business School that people joke about being dominated by the three “Ms” (the other two are McKinsey and the military).
Your Brain on Facebook
Here is the seed of the problem. Social media can be so rewarding, that it overwhelms our ability to focus on other things. Our brain has terribly weak circuitry for inhibiting impulses, especially impulses that look delicious.
Social Networking and the Future of Business  Financial Times
To Investigate Culture, Ask the Right Questions
In my last blog post, I encouraged thoroughly investigating the culture you're thinking of joining. In the comments, some people agreed they needed to learn about culture but were unsure how to approach it.
Globalization Plays a Bit Part in Environmental Issues
Harvard Business Review. Go to HBR.org ... Of course, goods (and people) often travel by plane, too, so we should add the estimated 1-2% of energy-related CO2 emissions caused by international air transportation to the mix (part of its estimated 3 ...
How to Make Your Big Idea Really Happen
Inspired by the loss of her thirteen year-old daughter, Candice Lightner founded Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) in 1980 to combat drunk driving through education and legislation.
Small talk: Tahmima Anam
Born in Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1975, Tahmima Anam was educated in the US and studied anthropology at Harvard. She later completed an MA in creative writing in London.