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Michael Cusumano looks at the legal battle between Apple and Epic Games. The bone of contention: Apple's App Store.
“I started as a punk rocker, then became a computational biologist, then a behavioral economist, and then a cognitive psychologist."
At just 31 years old, Basima Tewfik is among the youngest professors to be included on this list of top young business school talent.
“Most people by now have gotten a little bit suspicious...how can they trick you into thinking you know who it is or what it is when it isn't."
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The state must amend state law to provide competitive wages and a path to CNA certification for frontline workers who stepped up to serve as nurse aides during the pandemic.
When a startup disrupts incumbent market leaders and changes the basis of competition in an industry, as Tesla is doing in auto manufacturing, it’s the new problems they face and overcome that gives them the real advantage.
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.