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Understanding Female Talent in Emerging BRIC Markets

blogs.hbr.org
Julia Jia was the first girl from her small village in Shandong Province to go to university. Now 30, she works for Louis Vuitton China's retail department and would like to have a career in luxury goods, perhaps in sales development or public relations. "Of course, I want to be...
Understanding Female Talent in Emerging BRIC Markets

Design thinking:Everywhere and Nowhere, Reflections on The Big Re-think

www.core77.com
It's a sign of the times when The Economist, the house journal of the global business elite, holds a conference in London on 'design thinking' (official Big Rethink site here). Having attended the conference, produced in association with The Design Council and held over 11-12 March, I was left...
Design thinking:Everywhere and Nowhere, Reflections on The Big Re-think

Study: High-Skilled Immigrants Are Neither Better Nor Brighter Than U.S. Workers

techcrunch.com
While America’s political and business elite are pressing Congress to ease high-skilled immigration laws, a new study argues that foreign workers aren’t necessarily better or brighter. “The immigrant workers, especially those who first came to the United States as foreign students, are in general of no higher talent than the...
Study: High-Skilled Immigrants Are Neither Better Nor Brighter Than U.S. Workers

San Francisco strengthens ties with China despite Washington suspicion

www.guardian.co.uk
Mayor Ed Lee and California governor Jerry Brown welcome the Chinese presence transforming the city's culture and economyTai Chi practitioners stretch in its parks. Restaurants offer copious soy sauce and ginger. An exhibition of terracotta warriors from the tomb of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor, draws huge crowds. Downtown...
San Francisco strengthens ties with China despite Washington suspicion
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