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A History of Business Ethics

Richard T. De George The term ‘business ethics’ is used in a lot of different ways, and the history of business ethics will vary depending on how one conceives of the object under discussion. The history will

The Best Business Books of 2017

Some of the biggest ongoing business stories of our time, from the personal and political effects of increased globalization to the confrontation of ingrained sexism in Silicon Valley, are reflected in this year’s list of best business books

7 Master’s Degrees with a Challenging Outlook

To get a master’s degree is usually a decision made by undergraduates students who want to focus on one particular area of a subject and become specialists. Compared to the undergraduate degrees, master’s degrees can be shorter,

Looking for leadership guidance in classic philosophy

With critical distance, you gain perspective on who you are and what kind of leader you can become, writes Nathan Harter Some people contend that authentic leadership is more ethical and compelling. Authenticity depends on aligning what

8 Principles for Changing the World

Denise Carpenter came from a low-income family, a low-performing school and was a teenage mom, but she was determined to make a better life for herself and her family. Now a Dell Scholar and graduate student at

This Week in Digital – 14 July, 2017

A DANCING HOT DOG GOES VIRAL A dancing hot dog filter from Snapchat has gone viral this week. Rather than detecting faces, which is how the usual Snapchat filters work, this filter can automatically detect surfaces, allowing

This Week in Digital – 7 July, 2017

SCHOOLS ISSUE SNAPCHAT MAPS WARNING A few weeks ago, Snapchat launched a new location-sharing feature. It allows users to share their location in real-time, which builds up a map of where your ‘friends’ on the app are.

Higher Education Must Still Go Global

Students need global understanding, now more than ever. Despite recent signs of a retreat from globalisation in the United States and Britain, there has not been a broad-based pullback globally. Many countries are keen to stress that

The Myths and Facts of Global Warming

10 Common Misconceptions About Global Warming MYTH 1:  Global temperatures are rising at a rapid, unprecedented rate. FACT:  The HadCRUT3 surface temperature index, produced by the Hadley Centre of the UK Met Office and the Climate Research