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Bo family bought luxury London flats
The architect appears to have first entered into a formal business partnership with the Bo family in December 2000 when UK company filings show that he and Ms Gu - who used the alias Horus Kai - incorporated Adad Ltd in the UK. Each cited the same ...
China's incoming president Xi Jinping's family 'has wealth of hundreds of ...
Mr Bo's son, Guagua, has recently graduated from Harvard after studying at Papplewick, Harrow and Oxford University. His elder brother used a second name to control millions of pounds of shares at the Hong Kong subsidiary of a Chinese state bank.
Mind Sports Rampant
Master players of chess, bridge, poker, Go, and international draughts convened at Harvard Law School on June 13 to discuss how such “mind sports” might enhance learning in schools and libraries, and even contribute to building civic life in ...
Calls for corporate disclosure of social impact
Governments and stock exchanges around the world are coming out in support of “sustainability reporting”, as it is known, driving the most significant changes to corporate disclosure since the move towards international accounting rules a decade ago ...
The Case for Compromise
Your independent source for Harvard news since 1898. Harvard Magazine. Log-In | Register ..... Although many kinds of compromise share these characteristics, legislative compromises—agreements that produce laws—do not always function in the same way ...
Limited overs, limited future?
If the International Cricket Council is content with anything, it is being custodian of three forms of the game. Hardly a meeting passes without it extolling, like a proud parent talking up the gifts of their various children, the different merits of ...
You Don't Need a PhD to Innovate
The trouble with electric cars is that their range is limited, right? You can't drive cross-country without stopping every 200 miles to recharge the battery - which takes a lot longer than filling a car with gas.
Expat lives: a state of debate
A graduate of Harvard and McGill universities, Scheindlin has grappled with Middle Eastern conflicts since joining a Zionist youth movement as a teenager.
Vodafone chief Vittorio Colao: Am I paid too much? That's a tough call
It intends to pursue international arbitration over the case, which has far-reaching ramifications for hundreds of multinationals operating in the country and the future of foreign investment in India.
Case Study: Should You Listen to the Customer?
Editor's Note: This fictionalized case study will appear in a forthcoming issue of Harvard Business Review, along with commentary from experts and readers.