How effective are post-financial crisis bank regulations?

As the U.S. potentially moves forward with bank regulatory reform, it’s important to understand the effectiveness and burden of current regulation.

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Tech Ceviche: Why Peru has all the ingredients for a healthy startup ecosystem

Anyone who has visited Peru will tell you that it’s a country with one foot in the past and one in the future.

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Mobile business app Ozé takes top prize at MIT Accelerate contest

The winning Accelerate startup helps small business owners in western Africa digitize their data and make more informed decisions for their future.

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Guiding sustainable change at Gap Inc.

3 essential steps for steering a huge organization toward sustainable practices.

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Where are they now: catch up with 19 of MIT’s smartest startups

These 19 MIT startups are turning great ideas into practical applications, delivering online courses to Africa, reinventing pharmacies, and getting that last bit of ketchup

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The Case for Evidence in Government – Doug Criscitello

Although the U.S. government presides over what collectively must be one of the world’s largest data repositories, its capacity to use that data to build

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Study warns wood bioenergy supporters can’t see carbon emissions for the trees

The European Union is raising the bar for renewable energy goals, but some climate change experts say the new targets could do more harm than

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Is bitcoin in a bubble? It wouldn’t be the first.

People saw 2013 as the big bitcoin bubble — until now.

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How better trained home care workers could save the US billions

Attitudes about status, occupational competition, and concerns regarding autonomy stand in the way.

Reducing our reliance on cars

The shifting future of urban transportation.

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