Nbr. 236, September 2008
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- Fairness to whom?
- Global warming.
- Miller's true contribution.
- Palin's pipeline politicking.
- Quantifying risk.
- Energizing Bosch.
- An upside-down career path to the top.
- Smooth operator.
- Thorns & roses.
- Rebound after a historic Fall.
- Tech talent trends: where will tomorrow's engineers and scientists come from?
- Understanding China: pride & policy; Pride in country, heritage, history, economic power and personal and social freedoms is a fundamental characteristic of China.
- Gauging new media's impact: in terms of advertising dollars, new media and old media are still joined at the hip, but the tipping point between the two fast approaches.
- How effective is your senior team? Creating and sustaining an effective leadership team is more critical than ever.
- Looking for growth in all the right places: a granular approach helps CEOs make sound choices about where to complete.
- Failed strategies: what CEOs can learn from the billion dollar mistakes of others.
- Over 70 percent fear an Obama presidency; It is clear job-creating business leaders chose McCain over Obama largely because his policies are seen as pro-growth, whereas Obama's policies are viewed as redistributive and anti-growth.
- MBA makeover: has the business school curriculum sat so long on the shelf that it has passed its sell-by date?.
- Business and social contribution; How do you balance social responsibility and shareholder interests?
- The private M&A.: does the "private firm" discount exist?
- The Future of M&A: will regulatory pressure quell acquisitions?
- 2008 Chief executive of the year.
- The past is prologue: stock option scoundrels find a haven on foreign shores.
- President Pelosi.
- Silver lining in states' fiscal crisis.