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BC Chief Executives Club welcomes Edward D. Breen

DuPont Chairman and CEO Edward D. Breen spoke at the Boston College Chief Executives Club meeting in December. Read more here

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MBA Students Meet the Oracle of Omaha - Warren Buffett

Twenty MBA students knew they’d learn something about investing when they touched down in Omaha last month. How could they not? They were slated to spend the next morning with the Warren Buffett. Read more about the most memorable takeaways from the trip in the latest edition of the Carroll Connection.

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Professor Kane on Corporate Culture: The Enemy Within

Very often, a company’s worst enemy “isn’t an external market threat; it’s the company itself and its lack of motivation or wherewithal to adapt to digital trends,” Kane tells CIO Journal, a publication of the Wall Street Journal.

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BC's Shea Center Teams Up with Forbes

BC's Shea Center for Entrepreneurship and its Center for Social Innovation will serve as the academic partners for the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Boston next month. 

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Data and Mangled Socks

The “Internet of Things” is changing practically all businesses, even the most prosaic among them. Professors Jernigan and Ransbotham, together with another coauthor, discuss the implications for management in a report published by the MIT Sloan Management Review.

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New Faces in Fulton

Introducing the Carroll School’s newest faculty members—their research, their teaching, and how those two pursuits enliven each other.

BC Chief Executives Club welcomes Muhtar Kent in Ireland

Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO of the Coca-Cola Company, spoke at the inaugural Global Forum in Ireland. Read the CEO Club Briefing.