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Will Harvard Business School have a class with 50% women?
San Francisco Chronicle

Will Harvard Business School have a class with 50% women?

The 940 students who started classes at Harvard Business School last week counted more women in their ranks than ever before. Women are 41 percent of the school's 2016 MBA class, according to a preliminary class profile. That's slightly higher than ... San Francisco Chronicle, 22 hours ago

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Communalism is a bigger threat than Marxism: TMC MP Sugata Bose

Days after Mamata Banerjee signaled an open-ness to the Left another Trinamool Congress MP and Harvard professor Sugata Bose has suggested that the TMC is open to an understanding with secular parties . Speaking to Sagarika Ghose, TMC MP Sugata Bose ...
 Times of India20 hours ago 'The Hinduism being talked about isn't the religion of Swami Vivekananda'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Diversifying Marketing Plans to Stay Ahead in a Crowded Industry

According to a 2014 study by the Harvard University Joint Center for Housing, the home improvement industry is expected to see double-digit growth through the end of the year. This is another welcome sign that as the economy continues to grow ...
 Floor Trends16 hours ago

There Can Be Dignity in the Face of Poverty

Notes from Indian Country By (Nanwica Kciji) Native Sun News September 1, 2014 Two Harvard graduates, Bevis Longstreth and Timothey Wirth, were discussing that Harvard should divest itself of investments in fossil fuels. They argued that it ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago GIAGO: There can be dignity in the face of poverty  Native American Times4 hours ago

Who's Paying Corporate Taxes? Definitely Not Corporations

Posted at 11:55 a.m. on Aug. 28 Harvard Business Review : Who pays corporate income taxes? Just one thing's for sure: it's not corporations. This is because, as Mitt Romney famously put it, corporations are people, my friend. They also sell ...
 Roll Call Online1 day ago Harvard Business Review Not Quite Right On Corporate Tax Incidence  Forbes.com6 days ago
Islamic Republic News Agency

Iranian gives insights into Ebola virus

Tehran, Aug 31, IRNA - A Harvard and MIT University Iranian researcher investigated Ebola during the early days of the disease outbreak in West Africa and succeeded in achieving unprecedented insight about how the virus mutates and spreads, wrote ...
 Islamic Republic News Agency1 day ago Researchers Link Ebola Outbreak in Sierra Leone to Funeral  Individual.com11 hours ago Africa: Researchers Link Ebola Outbreak in Sierra Leone to Funeral  AllAfrica.com13 hours ago Genomic sequencing reveals mutations, insights into 2014 Ebola outbreak  Bionity.com16 hours ago

'Gene Drive' for malaria control

Scientists at Wyss Institute of Harvard Medical School have been working on a genetic emerging technology called 'Gene Drive' which may effectively help combat malaria and other insect-borne diseases, control invasive species and promote sustainable ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 day ago
Boston Globe

Farmers market open on Saturdays

Continue reading below The Harvard Farmers Market has opened for the season, with a wide range of locally grown produce, bakery goods, meats, and other items for sale on Saturdays between 9 a.m. and noon in the parking lot at Hildreth Elementary ...
 Boston Globe1 day ago
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65th Canadian Int'l Air Show kicks off in Toronto

Harvards planes perform during the 65th Canadian International Air Show in Toronto, Canada, Aug. 30, 2014. Kicked off on Saturday, the three-day annual event is expected to draw hundreds of thousands people to visit the aviation display. (Xinhua/Zou ...
 Xinhua News Agency1 day ago
Boston Globe

K-pop star brings his chorus to Harvard

Continue reading below K-pop singer-songwriter Lee Seung Chul Those students included Kang Won Cheol, who first fled North Korea when he was 17. When Kang was caught trying to flee his homeland, he was sentenced to serve in a labor camp. After ...
 Boston Globe1 day ago
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