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What will be the impact of lab-made diamonds on the diamond market?
I recently studied how formal mentoring affects public school teachers in New York City, and found some interesting results.
What (if any) is business’s responsibility in humanitarian disasters such as the one we’re witnessing in Zimbabwe?
Having a great business idea is a good start, but very few ideas are compelling strokes of original genius.
In international business, it's important to be flexible and keep learning.
I believe our most crucial role is to teach the next generation of business leaders how to apply their business knowledge in a way that will transform this newly globalized world for the better.
Should we really be encouraging students to start businesses early in their careers?
Though Americans’ perceptions of the economy are very negative, two key measures show that the economy is not as bad as it may seem.
If you feel you’re ready to work really hard and get accustomed to an
incredibly fast-paced environment, then China is the place for you.
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