Where in the World did you Spend your Summer–Shahar Ziv (OE)

What: Better Place Where: CA What did you do this summer?I had the privilege of working at Better Place, a truly innovative start up aimed at catalyzing the mass-market for electric vehicles and relieving the world’s dependence on oil. By deploying switchable battery-powered electric cars and creating the necessary infrastructure to make these cars financially… Continue reading Where in the World did you Spend your Summer–Shahar Ziv (OE)

Capital Research & Management Chairman Speaks at HBS

In the 35 years that Jim Rothenberg (HBS ’70) has been with The Capital Group Companies, he has seen the firm grow from managing $2 billion in assets to over $1.2 trillion today. Rothenberg graduated from Harvard College cum laude in 1968 and from Harvard Business School with distinction in 1970. He was named to… Continue reading Capital Research & Management Chairman Speaks at HBS

Green Living Visits FCR Recycling Plant

Over the Columbus Day holiday, thirty students from the Harvard University community, including several of HBS’ Green Living representatives, took a field trip to the FCR Recycling plant. The trip provided the opportunity to learn about a booming industry around the efficient recovery of waste products for future use. FCR is the largest recycling plant… Continue reading Green Living Visits FCR Recycling Plant

President's Day Weekend in Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is a skier’s paradise. Many would argue that Jackson Hole is simply the greatest ski area in North America, if not the world. I would tend to agree now that I have realized my dream of skiing Jackson Hole.During President’s Day weekend over 50 HBS students left Boston for Jackson Hole’s 2,500 square… Continue reading President's Day Weekend in Jackson Hole

Where Do We Go From Here?

In the last four articles on the war against terrorism, we covered many issues. We discussed ongoing military operations, the delicate diplomatic equation in the immediate region, and the changes needed in the Middle East and in American policy to stop the cycle of hatred that breeds terrorists. We now conclude with two potentially uncomfortable… Continue reading Where Do We Go From Here?