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CNNMoney: Chelsea Clinton joins IAC boardupdated: Mon Sep 26 2011 18:02:00

Chelsea Clinton has joined the board of directors at IAC, the Internet media giant said late Monday.

CNNMoney: $238 billion loss for U.S. mail; Saturday delivery may endupdated: Tue Mar 02 2010 17:10:00

Snail mail might soon get even slower.

Fortune: Galleon scandal's executive conundrumupdated: Fri Oct 23 2009 10:19:00

When last week the federal government arrested Raj Rajaratnam of the Galleon Group for masterminding a $25 million insider-trading ring, the biggest head-scratcher was the inclusion of Anil Kumar in the government's complaint.

Rockefeller poser gets up to 5 years for kidnappingupdated: Fri Jun 12 2009 15:04:00

A German man who called himself Clark Rockefeller and passed himself off for years as a member of the moneyed clan was sentenced Friday to four to five years in prison for kidnapping his daughter.

Fortune: World of wanderupdated: Fri Oct 10 2008 08:00:00

Welcome to the trip of a lifetime," Martha Wharton, vice president of TCS Expeditions, says to the 74 guests relishing a Ritz-Carlton dinner of filet mignon and giant prawns in Orlando. It's the eve of what is to be 25 days circumnavigating the globe in a 757 refitted to all-business class - a guided excursion that's part of a growing phenomenon in the industry: private-jet travel.

Marius Kloppers profileupdated: Fri May 30 2008 02:14:00

Marius Kloppers was born in South Africa on August 26, 1962.

Fortune: MBA students go for Googleupdated: Thu May 29 2008 09:22:00

Where do MBA students most want to work when they get out of school? Investment banks and consulting firms are still popular choices, but for the second straight year, the most coveted employer is Google, a recent survey found.

Fortune: Wall Street whinersupdated: Tue Apr 01 2008 03:53:00

Given Wall Street's meltdown, it comes as no surprise that many normally reasonable people would love to bind and gag the financial industry in red tape.

CNNMoney: Report: Indian drug market to reach $20Bupdated: Tue Aug 21 2007 23:59:00

The Indian drug market is expected to triple in size by 2015, to $20 billion in annual sales, according to a report released Wednesday by international consulting firm McKinsey & Co.

Takeover dilemma is to go or stayupdated: Sun Oct 29 2006 23:53:00

With global private equity firms awash with cash, it seems no listed company is immune from a takeover bid.

Graduates seeing rosier prospects updated: Tue Apr 04 2006 01:29:00

MBA graduates can look forward to rosier job prospects and higher starting salaries during 2006 as an improving global economy lifts the spirits of employers.

Fortune: GET A LIFE!updated: Mon Nov 28 2005 00:01:00

Gregg Slager saw the clock nearing midnight, sighed, and reached for the next file. All along the 25th floor of Ernst & Young's headquarters at 5 Times Square, lights were ablaze. It was another 80...

'Soft skills' all part of the mixupdated: Mon Sep 19 2005 03:36:00

After years of intensive study, high-pressure examinations and the critique of their peers, MBA graduates understandably feel able to face just about anything the business world can throw at them.

Business 2.0: Are Swanson's Rules Good to Great?updated: Fri Jul 01 2005 00:01:00

At age 22, I sat in a conference room atop a glass tower in Tulsa, Okla., the junior researcher on a McKinsey & Co. case team. I'd been asked to join the meeting to answer questions about the valua...

Fortune: The Price Is Not Always Right When market share is slipping, a price cut is often the easiest fix. But that can devastate the boupdated: Mon May 14 2001 00:01:00

As Bob Barker's announcer would say, "Come on down." More and more companies are heeding that call by slashing prices to the bone. That's great for consumers--but potentially chilling for investors...

Fortune: MBA Students Want Old-Economy Bosses Traditional employers have regained the driver's seat, but the smart ones won't lose culturupdated: Mon Apr 16 2001 00:01:00

These are glory days for Bob Chrismer. In fact, they're almost too good. The head of global recruiting at consulting firm A.T. Kearney is overwhelmed with job acceptances. For the first time in the...

Fortune: WANTED: COMPANY CHANGE AGENTSupdated: Mon Dec 11 1995 00:01:00

The most sought-after person in today's workplace is someone known as a change leader, a new breed of middle manager who's in short supply. Very different from your run-of-the-mill general managers...

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