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The Academy Awards and Diversity

An opinion piece by Fred McKinney about the upcoming Academy Awards show and how for the second year in a row, not one African American actor or movie centered on the African diaspora was nominated.

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Lesley taps international expert on negotiation as new...

Jeff Weiss, adjunct professor of business administration, was recently appointed as the next president of Lesley University.

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Why America is more competitive than you think

Highlights a report released Thursday from McKinsey that Dean Matthew Slaughter contributed to as an academic advisor. The report suggests that maybe we’ve just been thinking of globalization wrong.

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American Businesses Struggling to Hire STEM Talent

Matthew Slaughter says, "While a robust investment in STEM education will help our economy in the long-run, we clearly need policies from Washington that support growth, not slow it."

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On sale: shares of three iconic American brands

Howard Anderson says now might be the time to buy shares in three iconic U.S. brands—American Express, General Electric and Marriott. "General Electric is an old industrial company trying to reinvent itself," says Anderson....

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When a Founder Talks (or Acts) Out of...

Sydney Finkelstein comments on how Microsoft Corporation founder Bill Gates recently broke rank with the company he created as well as most of Silicon Valley on a major digital privacy issue. “It’s not that he’s a founder...

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Don’t Bother Hiring the ‘Perfect’ Candidate

Sydney Finkelstein discusses how the best bosses hire differently and in what way their unconventional hiring practices could make all the difference.

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Where tech leaders stand on the Apple vs....

Paul Argenti comments on how the tech industry ranks highest among its peers in the Edelman Trust Barometer, a global survey of consumer opinion. As a result, in response to Bill Gates weighing in on the debate that's erupted...

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Back Bay broker gets a tall task

Highlights Dana Ehrlich T'05, founder and CEO of the grass-fed beef company Verde Farms. Ehrlich launched Verde more than a decade ago during his days at Tuck, where he met his Verde Farms partner Pablo Garbarino T'04, as well as...

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These Six EdTech Ventures Are Deploying Big Data...

Highlights an edtech partnership between Tuck and Ashwin Damera, founder of Travelguru, which will help bring content further into the digital realm for better online learning. “A big difference is that we have a cohort-based...

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Government must link budget to its broader goals:...

Vijay Govindarajan argues that India’s 2016 Union Budget will be a make or break budget for its government. “The time for India to find its rightful place in the world economic order has come. Failure to achieve this could...

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A driver murders six people, and Uber has...

Paul Argenti discusses how a company's reputation going into a crisis is very important for how easily they can emerge from it.

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