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Microsoft Aspirations in China Meet Perilous Climate

Jul 31, 2014 /Professor Richard D'Aveni says China is asserting itself economically while the U.S. is focused on the Middle East.
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7 Strategic Steps to Get Back on CEO’s Radar

Jul 31, 2014 /Vijay Govindarajan co-authors this blog on using strategic thinking and structured envisioning to stay on a CEO's radar.
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Malaysia Airlines is stuck with its name

Jul 30, 2014 /Professor Paul Argenti argues that, based on earlier research he had done on name changes, Malaysia Airlines is the one company that should not change its name.
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Why CFOs Should Help Set Company Strategy

Jul 29, 2014 /Professor Robert Howell tells us why it’s time to change the way we think about CFOs and the way they think about themselves
View at Latin Business Chronicle

The Bear Case For Uber (Yes, There Is One)

Jul 29, 2014 /Professor of Marketing Peter Golder discusses the possibilities of market disruption for Uber, a ridesharing service.
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KKR co-founder Henry Kravis works to transform his legendary buyout firm

Jul 29, 2014 /Colin Blaydon is quoted on the non-bank lending policies of private equity firms.
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This new-era brokerage company thinks it can help people profit—literally—from the news

Jul 25, 2014 /Paul Argenti questions the potential conflict of interest he sees in news organizations’ arrangements with former Microsoft executive Hardeep Walia's online-trading firm, Motif…
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GM’s post-recall strategy pays dividends

Jul 25, 2014 /Professor Paul Argenti wants to see GM better explain how it's going to change a corporate culture that led to serious, deadly engineering flaws.
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The Furor Over “Factoryless” Manufacturers

Jul 24, 2014 /Professor Andrew Bernard says companies like Apple should be counted as manufacturers in government statistics.
View at Wall Street Journal

The real reasons we make big mistakes

Jul 24, 2014 /Professor Sydney Finkelstein discusses how to manage the risk of false positives and false negatives when making decisions.
View at BBC

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