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The Military Kill Switch: Harvard Law Professor and Cyber Scholar Makes the Case

Last week, President Obama promised a sustained military campaign to rout the rampaging insurgent group ISIS – the m

The Digital Future of Healthcare: Will We Get It Right?

There's no question the U.S. healthcare system is broken. It's overloaded, over-administered, over-litigated, and way more costly – in dollars and in lives – than it ever should be. For years,

Innovation: What Business School Didn’t Teach You

Popularity of business degrees has surged over the past 40 years. But having an MBA isn’t the same as having the vision and creativity to take a company forward in today’s uncertain world, say inn

Positive Government Reform One Election – and One Billion Dollars – at a Time

It’s Election Day, America. By this evening, there might be a new Senate majority. Republicans will likely control both houses on Capitol Hill. And

Mindfulness in the Age of Complexity and Control

The brain-body bond is powerful – perhaps more so, and in different ways, than most of us realize. In today’s always-on, always-connected society, it seems “mindfulness” is having a moment. Bu