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Did Obama get worse grades than Bush? New evidence reveals his college class ...
Of course, Mr Obama went on to distinguish himself by going on to earn the second highest honour in a graduate law degree at Harvard . And he became the first black president of the prestigious ... In that story, Robert Boatti, the then Assistant Dean ...
How common is your birthday? Chart reveals how each date rates
A heat graph, which corresponds the number of births on any given day to light and dark squares, effectively shows how American birthdays rate against each other.
The only way to contain a Greek exit
At the same time, Greece systematically tried to water down and postpone the adjustment measures, expecting the International Monetary Fund and Eurogroup ultimately to give in to avoid the financial contagion that would result from a Greek exit. But ...
What History Tells Us About A Possible Greek Exit  Business Insider
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Anand Mahindra is one of India's more thoughtful tycoons. A film major at Harvard and serial Davos attendee, he took over Mahindra & Mahindra, his family's conglomerate, in 1997.
The court of King Mervyn
“The best contribution that central banks can make to ensuring the lack of disruption in international financial markets is to pursue domestic monetary stability in a predictable and sensible way,” the governor said.
Li Ka-shing still breaking new ground
The challenge for the younger generation in a family business, says Mr Cheng, who has a degree from Harvard, is to be able to give their talents free rein to mould a long-standing family business.
Facebook must adapt to rise of smartphone
Back in 2004, when Mark Zuckerberg and his friends coded in their Harvard dorm room, Facebook was a desktop application and smartphones were just a blip on the radar of technological trends.
Over steak and fries the professor of African-American studies and religion ...
He went to Harvard in 1970 to study Middle Eastern languages and literature (he reads classical Hebrew and Aramaic) and in 1980 gained a doctorate in philosophy from Princeton.
Life lessons for the office
Clayton Christensen achieves the difficult feat for a tall, broad man of being at once imposing and humble. When I visited him last autumn at Harvard Business School, he laid out with quiet authority his latest thoughts on disruptive technology, the ...
Businesses brace for Greek exit
... life would be tougher for companies that are highly indebted. “They would find it more difficult than companies that have lower leverage and cash liquidity,” says George Serafeim, assistant professor of business administration at Harvard Business ...