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  • Building local capacity to fight epidemics

    Building local capacity to fight epidemics
    The arduous and painful lessons learned from the ongoing Ebola outbreak and other recent epidemics like SARS, MERS, Chikungunya, influenza and of course HIV/AIDS, demonstrate how vulnerable the global community is to viral infections and how rapidly a virus outbreak in one part of the world can quickly shut down operations and harm people in distant countries.
  • Business Bookshelf: Lessons from master strategists in the tech world

    Tech industry giants Steve Jobs, Andy Grove and Bill Gates were not cast from the mold of the model business leader. According to a new book, they tended to shout at their subordinates, lacked the well-rounded style of today's aspiring management...

    Kadner: CEO sets $70,000 minimum wage

    Kadner: CEO sets $70,000 minimum wage
    Dan Price, the young chief executive of a Seattle-based credit card processing firm, has made national news by cutting his salary 90 percent and promising to make the minimum wage of his employees $70,000 within three years. Why is that news? Because...

    Immigration debate sparked by record number of applicants

    PALO ALTO, Calif. Companies are seeking more foreign workers than ever before to fill highly skilled jobs in technology and other industries, but the United States will grant visas to just a fraction of them in a lottery that began this week. Anxious...

    60 years later, recalling the world-altering discovery of the polio vaccine

    PITTSBURGH Sixty years ago this coming Sunday, the Salk polio vaccine was declared "safe, effective and potent," an announcement cheered with the fervor of a national holiday. At the time, the dreaded disease was infecting more than 50,000 children in the...