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By implementing a consistent value proposition ("The Change We Need"), Barack Obama has created a clear advantage for himself over John McCain.
Nearly 500 alumni and guests gathered in Hong Kong for a series of faculty panels and networking events as part of the Pan-Asian Reunion.
It is one thing to turnaround a troubled company and it is another to transform it. Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy has done both.
We urgently need a name for our new IDC initiative. It should capture the uniqueness of the IDC brand and be fitting of an MBA student-run pro bono consulting group.
EMBA-Global has met the need for international education through its partnership between Columbia Business School and London Business School.
There is no shortage of Asian brands that are known globally and more will be coming soon.
There is no more urgent or important work than providing children from low-income communities the same high quality education that their affluent peers receive.
Asia’s growing role in international finance has brought an increasing number of executives to American universities to learn how to sustain and scale their own economic growth.
There are two ways the crisis will have an effect: through the trading route and through the asset route.
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