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MIT Sloan professors lay out tactical roadmaps for entrepreneurs

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In popular culture, entrepreneurs often chase fortune without much of a plan. However, according Bill Aulet and Paul Cheek, entrepreneurial success looks a lot more disciplined in real life.

Apr 2, 2024
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AI visuals enhance Americans' support of green transportation policies

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New research from MIT Sloan has found that AI-generated visuals of re-imagined United States cities with largely car-free downtowns helped persuade people to support investing in green transportation.

Mar 27, 2024
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Companies report lower carbon emissions without third-party auditors

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New MIT Sloan research, based on Clarity AI data, finds that companies that don't receive external assurance are not actually making carbon emissions reductions despite setting targets.

Mar 26, 2024
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Entire industries vs specific stocks: What are the factors that impact investors’ judgment?

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A peer-reviewed research paper from MIT Sloan School of Management assistant professor Rahul Bhui takes a new look at rational inattention—a theory that argues we process information based on how we “

Mar 13, 2024
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MIT Leaders for Global Operations announces new industry partnerships

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The MIT Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) program announced today that two new organizations — Northrop Grumman and Stanley Black & Decker — have become their newest members of its industry partners

Mar 7, 2024
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MIT Sloan to launch new climate policy center with $25 million investment

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As part of the new Climate Project at MIT, the center will create and strengthen connections between leading climate researchers and policymakers.

Mar 6, 2024
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