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Want to help fix health care? First you...

Continued coverage on How Physicians Can Fix Health Care: One Innovation at a Time by Chris Trimble

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‘It is a make-or-break Budget for Modi govt’

Vijay Govindarajan argues that the Indian government should increase public spending to ensure a healthy demand in the system.

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The Biggest Myths About China’s Yuan ‘Manipulation’

Matthew Slaughter says that deep economic forces such as productivity growth, labor supplies, and public policies have more long-term impact on the global economy than exchange rates.

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Where Prestige Consulting Firms Scoop Up MBA Talent

Tuck comes in fourth with 34 percent of the class of 2015 accepting offers in the consulting industry.

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12 Time Management Tips Successful People Live By

Sydney Finkelstein offers a list of 12 specific tips for a path to greater efficiency in the workplace.

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WRDS Best Paper Award for Research that Examines...

Announces an award for a study co-authored by Katharina Lewellen on how the structure of compensation – particularly equity vesting – impacts the long-term health of firms.

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Slaughtering the Myth of Chinese Currency Manipulation

Concurs with a recent editorial by Matthew Slaughter that currency manipulation by China is not a threat to the global economy.

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16 Must-Read Business Books for 2016

Continued coverage of Superbosses by Sydney Finkelstein highlighting the upcoming publication as one of nine leadership books to watch for in 2016.

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The Myths of China’s Currency ‘Manipulation’

Matthew Slaughter writes that movements in the yuan’s nominal exchange rate do not affect long-term trade flows or jobs in the U.S.

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For Interim CEOs, a Job Full of Pitfalls

Quotes Christopher Sinclair T’73, CEO of Mattel, in an article on challenges that many interim CEOs face. The Wall Street Journal writes, “Mr. Sinclair said his Mattel board experience gave him ‘a sense of things, but you...

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Secrets of the Superbosses

Sydney Finkelstein says, "I found that superbosses share a number of key personality traits. They tend to be extremely confident, competitive and imaginative. They also act with integrity and aren't afraid to let their authentic...

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CES 2016: 2-in-1s, Virtual Reality and Machine Learning...

Cites a report written by Alex Russell T’15, Center for Digital Strategies fellow, released last year on several plausible business applications for virtual reality headsets, including training, computer-aided design in...

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