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Supply Chain Lessons from Haiti
Nonprofit Benefits Newborns
Alum Probes California Property Tax Inequities
Power Workers Find Path to Jobs
Tough Road to Dream Job
African Academy Mints First Class
Comdex Reborn Online
StartUp Helps Gay Entrepreneurs
Three Lives Remembered
Fran Rinaldi, 1919-2010
Acting Class Helps Students Project Power
Empire State Building Gets a Green Makeover
Paths to Power
Jeffrey Pfeffer explains why you should want power, how to acquire it, and how to keep it from overpowering you.
Media Money Can't Buy
Authors Jennifer Aaker and Andy Smith explain how to harness the power of social media to achieve social change.
A new entrepreneurship program offers business skills for innovators who want to take their ideas to the marketplace.
CEOs John Donohoe and Kent Thiry describe how they turned adversity into opportunity.
Economist Bengt Holmstrom warns against complete transparency in asset-backed securities.
Alumni share their experiences with their fledgling companies.
Srinivasan Measures What Consumers Want
The retiring marketing professor helps companies determine which bells and whistles will attract the most buyers.
Staying Flexible on Retirement Spending
Economist William Sharpe says conventional spending rules can leave retirees with too little or too much.
Preserving Self-Worth Motivates Morality
Professor Benoît Monin says lofty ethical principles matter less than we think.
Oil Filters Make People Healthy
Faculty members study the impact of maintaining a fleet of motor vehicles in Africa has on workers' health.
Accounting Profs Honored
Students share their gratitude for three accounting professors who swept the 2010 teaching awards.
SEC vs Goldman Sachs
Duffie and Grundfest find the Securities and Exchange Commission's lawsuit against the investment bank tough to prove.
Kreps Receives Two Honors
Colleagues share their admiration for the professor of management.
New Endowed Chairs Filled
Professors Sorensen and Zwiebel named to fill two new endowed chairs.
Limits Of Learning From Experiment
Most tend to rely on experience, but March says it may lead to misguided conclusions.
Kumar To Lead Chicago Booth
The professor will be acting as dean of University of the Chicago Booth School of Business beginning Jan. 1.
Duffie's Take On Ailing Financial System
In his new book, Duffie outlines improvements that could reduce bank failures.
Rebound From Economic Crisis
Nobel laureate A. Michael Spence explains the banks' role in economic recovery for less-developed countries.