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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.
Economy blamed as international adoptions drop to lowest point in 15 years
'It should have been a real step forward, but it's been used in a way that's made it a force for shutting down countries,' Elizabeth Bartholet, a Harvard Law professor who promotes international adoptions. 'That affects thousands of children every year.'
Globalization Plays a Bit Part in Environmental Issues
Quite the opposite, integration should be used as a tool for addressing externalities that affect more than one country and for sharing knowledge on greener techniques where effects are localized.
Great Businesses Don't Start With a Plan
At a business's inception, resources are limited, and the best content for a business plan is real-world data based on testing aspects of the concept.
Ask the Expert: Executive Education 2012
He has extensive teaching, consulting and research experience in the areas of marketing and international strategy both in Europe and in Asia.
Peter Sands, the Standard Chartered chief executive has become the acceptable ...
He also has a masters in public administration from Harvard, where he was a Harkness scholar. For much of his subsequent career he wasn't a banker at all.
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
What Everyone On Madison Avenue Is Saying About Facebook  Business Insider
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.
Red Wine Anti Aging Properties Confirmed
The red wine ingredient is termed a "dirty molecule" explains David Sinclair of Harvard Medical School who continues: "Resveratrol improves the health of mice on a high-fat diet ... For more information, please read our terms of use. Copyright Medical ...