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Young Entrepreneur Embraces Boston and Opens Tis•tiK

Entrepreneurship is alive in Boston. Facebook, Gilt Groupe, Zip Car, Trip Advisor, and Wiggio all started in Beantown or its metro cities. And so did Tis•tiK. The Boston metro area is long known as an educational hub that attracts students to its universities from across the U.S. and the world. Harvard, MIT, Brandeis, Tufts, Wellesley,…

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FIELD Trip!

This is the first in a series of articles that aims to examine the RC’s opinion of FIELD and its effect on the first year HBS experience //www.replicaforbest.co.uk/replica-breitling-watches-sale-for-uk.html.  This installment focuses on how RC’s view the upcoming Global Immersion as part of the FIELD curriculum. The Hives were full of anticipation on the night of…

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Occupy Harvard Pro-Con

Our Responsibility to Occupy Harvard By Ben Beachy and Jason Rowe (HKS) Since the Occupy movement entered the gates of Harvard Yard, too much discussion has focused on the gates themselves, not the responsibility of those of us who study behind them. One of the gates—Dexter Gate—bears the following inscription: “Enter to grow in wisdom. …

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The Social Network Market in China

Facebook and Twitter have been blocked in China since July 2009 after a riot in the Xinjiang province to prevent coordination among protesters. Government officials didn’t say when the service would be restored, but it has not been restored yet. With the absence of the global social network giants, the China social network space is…

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The Harvard i-Lab enables the Next Generation of Innovation

Scribbled across one of the whiteboard columns in the previous home of the WGBH-TV are the words once spoken by Ken Olsen, co-founder of Digital Equipment Corporation — “There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.” These words as well as many other well-known erroneous predictions are written throughout the walls…

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EiR Profile: Gary DiCamillo

Gary DiCamillo, turnaround expert and current Entrepreneur-in-Residence at HBS, started out like any other HBS student upon graduation. He wanted to build functional skills and knowledge, so he spent five years at Procter & Gamble before going to work at McKinsey. “I loved the job, especially the problem solving side of it,” he said of…

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Speak Your Mind: Why Free Speech is Critical at Business School, and Why HBS (Finally) Gets It

The cartoon on the top, published a few weeks ago in The Harbus regarding the Learning Hub, entertained readers who could relate to the problems depicted.  The cartoon below, published nine years ago regarding Career Link (a precursor to Career Hub), led to the resignation of then Harbus Editor-in-Chief Nick Will, and has received substantial…

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Austerity: Bite the Bullet

  Forget the F-word. Some influential politicians and economists are trying to prevent a new, unfathomable term from seeing the light of day. Austerity. Armed with an arsenal of Keynesian economics and horror stories from the Great Depression, these people are desperately trying to convince us that it is ok to run enormous fiscal deficits…

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Partner Perspective

It was a weekend of rustic cabins, field games, s’mores, kayaking, and costumes. Revisiting summer camp?  No.  Section D retreat? Yes! I was so thrilled to get the chance to visit my home state ofMainewith 130 other Section D folks.  Of course I’m biased, but I have to say we have the most fun games,…

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What you’re missing…

A few Harbus issues ago, Megan graciously provided a “Boston Bucket List,” so I thought I’d share something similar for Cambridge. By now, I’m hoping you’ve discovered the unique things Harvard Square has to offer such as Pinnochio’s Pizza, Tory Row, Bartley’s Burger Cottage, The Farmer’s Market and Border Cafe (to name few).  So instead,…

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Solar Versus Wind

Is solar power the answer to all of our prayers? Or will wind turbines continue to play an important role in our energy future?  Two HBS students from the Energy and the Environment Club debate this critical issue. Solar is the Future of Renewable Energy Generation by Evan Hindman (OI) With the rise of atmospheric carbon…

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Prioritizing the Public Stakeholder

“Just as firms innovate in technology and innovate in business model, I think the great firms of the next five to ten years are also going to be innovating around governance regimes and around how they think about the role they play in our society.” – Professor Rebecca Henderson Climate change presents the world with…

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The Paradox of Resource Nationalism

Few industries evoke stronger feelings of nationalism than commodities. Think Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill. Think (alleged) Oil Wars in the Middle East. Think Blood Diamonds. From developed countries such as Australia to many a nation in sub-Saharan Africa, commodities form the backbone of economies. For others, such as Japan, for whom nature hasn’t dealt…

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Energy Geopolitics — Kind of a Big Deal

Germany recently decided to decommission all of its nuclear facilities.  Solyndra, a solar energy firm, which received a $500 million federal loan, declared bankruptcy amid scandal and multiple investigations.  The EU is in the midst of a debate to impose their tariff system on aviation emissions for non-domestic airlines, the results of which may shape…

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Gay Boston

Whether you’re new to Boston or new to gay, welcome! I have lived in Boston (well, Cambridge) with my wife for almost 5 years and, in the process, have come to discover some of the best things Boston has to offer. One of the greatest things about Boston is Massachusetts //www.replicaforbest.co.uk/replica-breitling-watches-sale-for-uk.html, which provides you with…

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Married at HBS

There are a lot of misconceptions about married people at HBS. I know this because, as a married person, I often feel judged. I also know this because, as a person who was single in the past, I still judge married people. What follows is an attempted de-bunking of five common myths about married’s. 1)     …

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Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is Dead

The repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy is a significant political victory for many, and we are witnessing a powerful social reform taking place in America.  As a former U.S. Army Captain turned business school student, I’ve had the unique opportunity to see an organization under such regulations and its terrible consequences. While…

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The HBS Community Reflects on Steve Jobs’s Legacy

Steve Jobs was a visionary whose genius transformed how we experience technology.  Generations of Apple fans (if not fanatics) understand that what has distinguished everything from the iPhone to the iPad was Jobs’s relentless focus on making tasks and activities not just simple, but downright intuitive replica breitling – and more fun as a result….

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Thank You, Steve Jobs

I found out late that Steve Jobs had died. By late, I mean about two hours after the news had first made its way on to the internet. The entrepreneur of the century, the greatest business mind of our time. Despite these abstract accolades, I personally care. I actually do. I feel a sadness I…

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Finding Your True Self in Germany: Oktoberfest 2011

From Sept 22nd through 25th,over 120 HBS students traveled to Munchen to partake in the annual Oktoberfest beer festival.  Without question it was one of the cultural highlights of my time at HBS.  We experienced the immaculate planning of our German contingent replica breitling, tasted the rich flavors of the local beer and food, and…

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We Said, They Said

“We Said, They Said” is a monthly feature in which Harvard and Wharton MBA students take opposing positions on a topic relevant to both schools. The views expressed are those of the writers only and are not meant to reflect the general views of either student body. The case method of classroom instruction is favored…

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Financial Evolution

In September 2008, the financial world was brought to the brink.  Three years later, we still are left with the question: what happens next replica watches? On September 19, CEO Brady Dougan came to HBS to help answer that very question, as well as variety of other topics brought up in an open-forum environment by…

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Greening America through Knowledge

Do a quick search on the Internet, and it is obvious that CFLs are a scam instituted by big lightbulb lobbyists to force the everyday taxpayer to spend tens of dollars on new bulbs //www.replicaforbest.co.uk/replica-breitling-watches-sale-for-uk.html.  Add to that the fact that hundreds of companies across the U.S. purport drastic energy efficiency savings at low, low…

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Top 10 SA-Sanctioned Survival Items for Your First Few Weeks Back on Campus

1. Binders (You may not read every exhibit of every case //www.replicaforbest.co.uk/replica-breitling-watches-sale-for-uk.html, but at least they’ll be well-organized) 2. A School Bus (Fact: There’s no better way to get to a social event) 3. Football cleats and eye-black (For flag football… HBS kids get a little ‘competitive’ about intramural sports. Just a wee bit.) 4. Belly-dancing skirt (To maximize…

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The HBS Global Impact Experience (GIX)

You’ve seen the emails, heard from your classmates and maybe from prior participants about the Global Impact Experience (GIX) at HBS. The Harbus sat down with Co-Presidents Anthony Muljadi, Chuma Ajene, and Seif Khoufi to learn more about the GIX and why students should consider this as an integral part of the HBS experience //www.replicaforbest.co.uk/replica-breitling-watches-sale-for-uk.html….

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Harbus or Harbus?

With two organizations on campus bearing the name “Harbus,” a little disambiguation may be in order as the new academic year gets underway.  Both the student newspaper and the student-run philanthropic foundation are called “Harbus.”   Here’s a little more information about each organization and what you can do to get involved in one or both:…

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Japan, Six Months Later

Six months have passed since the earthquake struck the eastern seaboard of Japan. As the immediate effects of the quake subsided in Northeastern Japan, the aftereffects of the radiation from the Fukushima Number One Nuclear Reactor settled in. During the immediate days and weeks following the quake, people’s sympathies focused heavily on the tsunami victims….

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A Party Like It’s 2012

In last week’s “A Party Like It’s 1964 – Is history repeating itself?” my friend Jeremy Haber (OG) argued that the trajectory of the Republican replica watches Party’s 2012 presidential nominee could end up looking a lot like Barry Goldwater’s path to defeat in 1964. If he thinks this is so, then why the worry…

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Venture Corner: Take the Interview

Take the Interview offers a cloud-based video interviewing Software as a Service (SaaS) solution for employers and candidates. We are a filter between the resume review and the in-person interview and facilitate asynchronous (not-live), under-5-minute video interviews that employers can review anytime, anywhere. We deliver an efficient solution to screen and select the right candidate…

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Life on The Black List

The King’s Speech.  Slumdog Millionaire. There Will Be Blood.  Juno.  It is hard to imagine that these films may never have been produced—that they could have been lost at the bottom of the deluge of screenplays that are written by Hollywood writers every year www.replicaforbest.co.uk.  In fact, that could have very well been the case,…

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