When John Donahoe was an undergraduate student at Dartmouth College, he was a normal student-athlete – bright, focused, and quite involved on campus. He probably did not envision himself as the future CEO of one of America’s biggest corporations. But
When you step in the doors of the PEZ Candy, Inc. headquarters in Orange, CT, it’s clear that President and CEO Joe Vittoria is, as he readily admits, a five- year-old kid at heart.
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Year after year, the U.S. spends the most money on education in the world, but comes up short in results. In 2008, U.S. spent $809.6 billion, more than 5 times the runner-up, Japan, at $160.5 billion. In spite of such
Microsoft, Starbucks, and Nike have endorsed Washington State Senate Bill 6239 and House Bill 2516. The bills would require couples currently in domestic partnerships in the state of Washington to either dissolve the partnership or get married. These firms have
From the beginning of the school year in Hanover, they’ve made themselves known. Occupy Dartmouth, standing in solidarity with the great and now international Occupy movement, cemented their mark on campus at their ‘base camp’ outside the Collis Center, organizing
Would you like to learn how to bake a “Better than Sex Cake”? Or a savory and sweet dish like the “Bacon, Doughnut, and Egg Burger,” which has salted meat sandwiched between sugary Krispy Kremes?
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A two-year stint in investment banking or consulting has long been considered the first step on the post-graduate career path for many a business-minded graduate from a top university. But the global recession and the contraction of the financial industry
Unstable doesn’t begin to describe it. Markets across the world, ranging from the New York Stock Exchange to the Nikkei Average have seen unprecedented volatility over the last few months. Corporations across the world have cut spending, and investors are
Since the dawn of the internet, transactions between buyers and sellers have moved from the physical to the electronic realm. While cash and check transactions still rule for smaller purchases, very rarely do consumers still insist on using a physical
Early 2012 saw a massive internet-led protest against the Stop Online Piracy Act and PROTECT IP Act (SOPA and PIPA, respectively). These acts were drafted to protect the intellectual property rights of media content owners such as music producers or