Russians love Putin's dustup with the West. But they've stopped spending money
Why rival discounters are vying for control of Family Dollar Stores
Twitter's head of product, Daniel Graf, must make the service more user-friendly without offending hard-core fans
Yale's Robert Shiller is sending up warning flares. It may be best to ignore him
To minimize flood chaos, turn the hospital upside down
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Testimony from one selective-college grad who's working as a cashier: "I’m depressed [laughter]."
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By Rita Gunther McGrath and Ian C. MacMillan
Harvard Business Press; 256 pages; $27.95
Acknowledging that innovation is a tricky beast to implement even at the best of times, McGrath, from Columbia Business School, and MacMillan, professor of entrepreneurship and innovation at the Wharton School, offer a guide for executives looking to focus on growth while minimizing risk. With a wealth of examples showing the diversity of potential approaches—from top-down, CEO-driven innovation to stealthy, guerrilla-style initiatives—this is a smart, supremely practical guide.
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