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Electoral Tsunami for Malaysia
Electoral Tsunami for Malaysia
by Philip Bowring, HBR

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — An electoral tsunami swept away Malaysian...

How Geisinger is using gene screening to prevent disease
How Geisinger is using gene screening to prevent disease
by HBR

Geisinger has launched a DNA sequencing project with the potential...

Digital natives are changing business-to-business purchasing
Digital natives are changing business-to-business purchasing
by HBR

Digital natives who grew up with the internet and smartphones...

How Volvo reinvented itself through hiring
How Volvo reinvented itself through hiring
by Frank Eleanya

For years, Volvo was a brand stuck between a rock...

What breaking the 4-minute mile taught us
What breaking the 4-minute mile taught us
by HBR

The sad news of the passing of Roger Bannister, the...

Cash-strapped Chinese giant taps a new money source: its workers
Cash-strapped Chinese giant taps a new money source: its workers
by HBR

Shortly before payday, an email went out from top executives...

Four sales negotiation traps — and how to overcome them
Four sales negotiation traps — and how to overcome them
by HBR

Whether you’re selling your home, unloading excess merchandise or searching...

Volatility returns to the global economy
Volatility returns to the global economy
by HBR

The dramatic single-day fall in the U.S. stock market has...

More and more CEOs are taking their social responsibility seriously
More and more CEOs are taking their social responsibility seriously
by HBR

Jana Partners, the activist hedge fund, isn’t known as a...

Replying to customer reviews results in better ratings
Replying to customer reviews results in better ratings
by HBR

Every now and then, firms make mistakes that leave their...

The false choice between automation and jobs
The false choice between automation and jobs
by HBR

We live in a world where productivity, a key pillar...

Self-improvement myths that may be holding you back
Self-improvement myths that may be holding you back
by HBR

Advice on how to improve one’s self is everywhere. A...