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Archive for September, 2012

30
Sep

Meg Whitman’s Toughest Campaign: Retooling Hewlett-Packard

The former eBay chief and gubernatorial candidate has found her Act III at Hewlett-Packard. But the challenge of re-energizing the company for a new information era is daunting.

30
Sep

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, 1926 – 2012: Arthur O. Sulzberger, Publisher Who Transformed Times, Dies at 86

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger guided The Times and its parent company through a period of expansion and change on a scale not seen since the newspaper’s founding.

30
Sep

Capital Ideas: Obamanomics: A Counterhistory

What could the administration have done to strengthen a weak recovery?

30
Sep

Prototype: Using Aluminum to Lighten Manufacturers’ Load

Student research at Ohio State could play a role in creating lighter-weight, more environmentally sustainable cars and trucks.

30
Sep

Fender Aims to Stay Plugged In Amid Changing Music Trends

Fender, the guitar company made famous by the likes of Buddy Holly, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, is facing big challenges amid the fickle tastes of Wall Street and the music industry.

30
Sep

Corner Office | Jacqueline Novogratz: Jacqueline Novogratz of Acumen Fund, on Pairs of Values

Jacqueline Novogratz of the Acumen Fund, which invests in businesses aiding the world’s poor, says, “We think about our values in pairs, and there is a tension or a balance between them.”

30
Sep

Preoccupations: Follow a Career Passion? Let It Follow You

When it comes to careers, young people are often advised to find their true calling. But for many, the sense of fulfillment grows only over time, as they become better at their jobs.

30
Sep

The Boss: Revolution Foods’ Chief, on Healthier School Meals

The chief of Revolution Foods aims to provide healthy school meals. The company now creates a daily volume of 200,000 breakfasts, lunches, snacks and dinners.