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Sea Creature Inspires Tea Party
Students Help Close Trading Day
Chilean Mining Chief Delivers In Crisis
Flushing Bad Sanitation Practices
Fund Saves Historic Sites
Family-Wide Cancer Recovery
Zappos Finds Happiness Good Fit
Users Help Translate Facebook
New Director of Alumni Relations
Building Businesses from Garbage
Fund Grows Apps into Companies
Virtual Class Takes Flight
Social Innovation Journal Relocates
For the Record: MBA Class Profile
Employment Report: MBA 2010 Class
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Turning around a bankrupt company that sold a sexual enhancement product wasn't as difficult as convincing media outlets to accept advertising.
Some alumni benefitted from perfect timing, others encountered the perfect storm.
Rice Joins GSB Faculty, Global Business Center
School also names five assistant professors.
Professor, Alums Thanked for Service
Shiv and others receive awards for their volunteer service to the school.
Finance Faculty Rebut Banks on Leverage
Increasing equity requirements would not be expensive and would bring widespread social benefits, some faculty say.
Executives' Words Contain Clues to Deception
Language may be a better predictor of a company's health than accounting reports, according to Prof. David Larcker.
John Roberts: Expert on Industrial Organization
His research with Paul Milgrom explained how information differences between parties affect industrial behavior.
Most Companies not Prepared to Replace CEOs, Study Finds
More than half of companies today could not immediately name a successor to their CEO should the need arise.
Stock Options Lift Performance of Executives More than Minions
Granting options to a broad selection of employees may not be an effective tool to motivate them to work harder and smarter.
The Downside of Networking
Social networking resulted in many people being denied jobs during the 1950s Hollywood "Red Scare."