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How Jayalalithaa became Amma - Chennai-born Harvard student's Facebook post revealing unknown facts goes massively viral | MUST READ

How Jayalalithaa became Amma - Chennai-born Harvard student's Facebook post revealing unknown facts goes massively viral | MUST READ

J Jayalalithaa, Amma to millions, passed away on Monday night at 11:30 PM after battling for her life at Apollo Hospitals in Chennai for nearly 75 days.

Umang Bedi to join Facebook as India MD

Umang Bedi to join Facebook as India MD

New Delhi: Social networking giant Facebook on Tuesday said it has appointed former Adobe executive Umang Bedi as managing director of its India operations.

Digital India campaign empowering nation: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Digital India campaign empowering nation: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Citing some of the success stories where in people are taking advantage of digital development, Prasad said digital India is designed to empower India.

 

Karan Johar to speak at Harvard

Karan Johar to speak at Harvard

Filmmaker Karan Johar will address students at a conference at the prestigious Harvard Business School in Boston, USA.

Maggi ban in India to be a case study at Harvard Business School?

According to a report, the case of the Maggi ban in India could make it to the Harvard Business School for a case study.

Kiran Gandhi's free-bleeding act ignites global awareness on menstruation

Indian-origin Kiran Gandhi, a Harvard Business School graduate and a professional drummer, said the silence about the subject has to end, and she was happy to have started “a global conversation online” on periods.

The importance of being true to your roots

An interview with Harvard Business School Dean Dr Nitin Nohria by Ishaan Bhojwani, co-president of the Indo American Youth Group.

Blake Lively dreams of attending Harvard Business School

Blake Lively dreams of attending Harvard Business School

Blake Lively has already made her mark as both an actress and a lifestyle maven, but now she hopes to attend Harvard Business School someday.

IIMA, ISB climb up FT Global MBA rankings; IIMB slips

IIMA, ISB climb up FT Global MBA rankings; IIMB slips

Premier B-schools like Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A) and Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad have climbed up slightly from their current positions to higher ranks in the Financial Times (London) Global MBA Ranking-2015.

Top taxmen to take leadership lessons from IIM-A, Harvard

Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A) has tied up with US-based Harvard Business School (HBS) to offer a four-week executive education course for senior officials of India`s Income Tax Department.

4 Indians win awards at Harvard competition for start-ups

Four Indians are among the winners of a Harvard Business School competition that awards prizes worth over USD 300,000 to new and innovative business and social impact start-ups conceptualised by the US institution`s students and alumni.

Alex Ferguson to become a Harvard lecturer

Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson will be swapping the dugout for the lectern after agreeing a long-term teaching position at Harvard University

Harvard B-school dean Nitin Nohria apologizes for sexism on campus

Harvard Business School`s Indian-American Dean Nitin Nohria has made an extraordinary public apology for the school`s treatment of female students and professors and vowed to make changes at the institution.

Indian-origin academician appointed dean of Harvard College

Indian-origin academician Rakesh Khurana has been appointed dean of the prestigious Harvard College and will take over his new role in July.

India Inc must embrace mandatory CSR: HBS Dean Nohria

The India-born Dean of the prestigious US-based Harvard Business School (HBS) said the government's new policy on CSR allows corporates to do good for the society.

Ratan Tata felt confused and humiliated during early Harvard days

Ratan Tata has said he felt confused and humiliated during his first few weeks as a student at the elite Harvard University but those initial days turned out to be the "most important weeks" of his life.

Leadership Lessons

Leaders should have the capabilities to deal with a dynamic competitive international environment, says Rohit Deshpande.

Nitin Nohria appointed Director of Tata Sons

Tata Sons, the promoter of major operating companies of the salt-to-software conglomerate Tata group, Friday said it has appointed Nitin Nohria, the Dean of Harvard Business School, as a Non-Executive Director on its board.

Distance no matter for siblings Tusshar and Ekta Kapoor

While Balaji head honcho - Ekta Kapoor - has taken off to London where she gets back to books at the prestigious Harvard Business School, it has been a while since the power player has been on campus in a completely educational environment.

Simple steps to happiness revealed

A new research has confirmed money can buy happiness-if you spend wisely.