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Bangalore: With several foreign students turning to India to gain experience of the cool technologies offered by Indian start-ups, four MBA students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT-Sloan School of Management) are all set to start their internship at the online entertainment portal 'Buzzintown', reports Peerzada Abrar from the Economic Times.
Some people are born rich, others are not so lucky. But it is definitely the self-made billionaire who inspires everyone more than anybody else. The fact that hard work, business acumen, determination, perseverance, and smart decision-making can help even ordinary people become rich appeals to all. Here are 20 billionaires who were not born with the proverbial silver spoon in their mouth, but made it big by the dint of their courage and intelligence.
Caroline Mak and her boyfriend Antonio Ramos loved the taste of ginger, but didn't like the sugary-sweet taste of ginger ales and ginger beers on the market. They weren't spicy enough, nor were they adequately tangy.
A summary of comments from a Chief Executive magazine round table of mostly larger-company CEOs with Accenture as a co-sponsor, this piece can help entrepreneurs "see the future" of their companies from a leadership perspective.
Think of yourself as a bottle of Gatorade®.Why? Because when sales of the neon-colored beverage went flat last year, Gatorade’s marketing team rebranded the drink by touting it as a health-oriented, before, during and after sports drink. Although the ingredients are probably the same, the pitch changed.
Hispanics are opening small businesses three times faster than other entrepreneurial segments in the U.S., and they are expected to soon have more disposable income than any other minority group.
Corporate culture" doesn't just happen, it must be nurtured, just like a "culture" in a petri dish, writes the author.
Gender is not a good predictor of negotiation performance, but ambiguous situations can cause different behaviors by men and women in negotiations.
Women entrepreneurs face risks and stresses in building companies that men
The Research Commercialization and SBIR Center, now with over 130,000 members, is offering two online courses for faculty researchers, grad students, engineers and scientists in January 2011.
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