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How Companies Can Tap Into Talent Clusters

Bill Kerr, a professor at Harvard Business School, studies the increasing importance of talent clusters in our age of rapid technological advances. He argues that while talent and industries have always had a tendency to cluster, today’s trend
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Does Wall Street Finally Care About Sustainability?

Larry Fink champions the long-term view, but many boards still don’t.
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Virgin America is reportedly considering selling itself and Wall Street is here for it

From: Mashable By Samantha Cooney Recommended by: Mashable A Virgin America aircraft at Philadelphia International Airport Wednesday, April 4, 2012, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) Image: APVirgin America is reportedly
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Subir Roy: Indian lessons from Wall Street heretic

From: Buisness-standard By Subir Roy Recommended by: business-standard Two major vehicles for Indians' long-term savings, Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and the National Pension System (NPS), can now invest a portion of their
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Buffett Says Skip Paying Wall Street for Advice on Activists

From:   By: Noah Buhayar Via: Buffett Says Skip Paying Wall Street for Advice on Activists - I agree. Very rare to
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Amazon is now bigger than Walmart

Amazon, with its online power, has grown even bigger than Walmart.Amazon's market value surged past Walmart's in after-hours trading Thursday, fueled by an unprecedented lurch in the e-commerce giant's profits.The company shocked Wall Street by
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Google finally ends its long, ugly losing streak

Google's losing streak is over.The Internet giant posted adjusted profits of $6.99 per share for the second quarter, handily beating the consensus estimate among analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters for earnings of $6.71. That ends its unfortunate
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Goldman Sachs limits interns to 17 hour workdays

Memo to Wall Street interns: go home and get some sleep. But, you know, not too much.Goldman Sachs told its summer interns — all 2,900 of them — when they started their gigs this summer that they can’t be in the office between midnight and 7 a.m.,