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Archive for June 2008
June 17, 2008

India: Beyond BPO

Although BPO has been a driver of India’s recent economic development, the future of India’s emerging economy will likely be elsewhere.

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June 16, 2008

Student Attitudes on Corporate Social Responsibility Shifting

A new report from the Aspen Institute shows a significant shift in MBA students attitudes on corporate social responsibility.

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June 13, 2008

When Principles Pay

Why have organizations shifted from bare-minimum standards of corporate social responsibility to overcompliance?

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June 12, 2008

On Campus, Beyond Manhattan

When I enrolled at CBS, I had no idea that I’d have such a global experience right in my own backyard — or how that would help me see how important an international perspective is to succeeding in business.

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June 11, 2008

Buffett's Big Bet

Warren Buffett MS ’51 is betting that funds cherry-picked by money managers won’t outperform the S&P.

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June 10, 2008

VC Wannabes: Learn How to Size Markets

If you are planning to pursue a VC investment career after business school, a word of advice: get experience doing market sizing and practice, practice, practice.

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June 09, 2008

Dubai: If You Build It, Will They Come?

What was once a small desert city along the gulf coast is quickly becoming a large metropolis with miles of skyline and hundreds of man-made islands emerging from the Arabian Gulf.

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June 06, 2008

Turmoil in Global Money Markets

How will turmoil in global money markets affect the world economy? And what can central banks do to prevent a future credit crunch?

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June 05, 2008

In Bridging the Digital Divide, Watch Out for Pitfalls

The gap between rich and poor has widened in America over the past few decades. And we’re getting increasingly better evidence that technology is one of the main culprits.

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