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Bengt Holmström, of MIT Sloan and the MIT Department of Economics, shares the economics prize for work on contract theory.
HEB president Craig Boyan on the Texas grocery chain’s culture of “restless dissatisfaction.”
MIT Sloan course applies alternative funding techniques to new drug development.
Bank hacks, social engineering, and digital currency all get time at Cambridge Cyber Summit.
Alumnus-founded twoXAR uses machine learning to identify drug candidates in minutes, not years.
Tips for handling political talk in the workplace.
Traditional efforts to improve retention can be expensive or ineffective.
It’s a matter of when, not if, your company will be attacked.
Efforts to promote meritocracy fail often, despite good intentions. Here’s how an algorithm can help.
Ten business growth lessons from care.com co-founder and MIT lecturer Donna Levin.
MIT students hatch new product ideas at summer internship.
The Red Hat CEO visits campus to speak with students.
Hear 20 fast-paced, high-energy pitches at MIT's entrepreneurship competition.
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In alumnus Sorin Grama, students have a mentor with startup experience in the developing world.
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