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“There is a generational shift in America toward increasing justice and collective responsibility."
At the start of 2020, Ellen Sluder (MBA '05) was working long days as the head of marketing...By the spring, her life had become unmanageable.
A panel of Black mayors spoke at an MIT Sloan online panel focused on how leaders can help create inclusive innovation economies.
"Unions lose in 90% of the cases when management opposes the organizing effort."
Prof. Sinan Aral discusses why regulation of tech platforms is unlikely to go into effect.
“What surprised me most is that we started to discover that silence was being used to think and prepare..."
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MIT Media Lab's Rosalind Picard will be a guest at "Live do Valor," hosted by Valor Econômico editor João Luiz Rosa, to discuss new developments in artificial intelligence applied to the healthcare industry.
MIT Sloan Lecturer Malia Lazu will discuss the role and responsibility of business to accelerate equity and inclusion in the wake of the historic protests following George Floyd’s murder.
This counter-intuitive result emerges because countries actually have little choice in how much they must reduce contact levels to control the epidemic.
Online shopping is even more popular now because of the pandemic. Buyer beware: Product rankings can be based on fraudulent data like fake clicks, purchases, and reviews.
Is Alibaba becoming too big to fail? It’s a question that’s on the minds of Chinese regulators.
Companies are focusing more, not less, on issues of social responsibility, tackling such areas as the environment, climate change, income disparity, women’s rights, and racial justice.
Almost everyone wants to do something about climate change, but it is challenging to know what levers to pull to make real change. Simulations may be the key to finding the answer.
MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Renée Richardson Gosline discusses how the development of bots and algorithms is outpacing our understanding of who and when they help most.
The details and implications are complex and barely touched on by the frequent 30 second television spots by both the pro and con groups.