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Financial Times: Renault targets India small car market

Renault is launching its new made-in-India car today. The company will be the first European automaker to produce low-cost vehicles for Asian consumers. Navi Radjou, Fellow in India & Global Business at Cambridge Judge, said this launch is significant for…

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Financial Times: Column inches aid share prices

The more media coverage a chief executive gets the better his company’s shares perform, says research by Bang Dang Nguyen, University Lecturer in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School. The study looked at Fortune 500 chief executives from 1992 to…

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The Standard: When experience counts

In an interview for the Hong Kong English newspaper, Conrad Chua, Head of MBA admissions and careers at Cambridge Judge Business School, says that candidates from Asia should consider MBA programmes outside Asia to learn about global opportunities. He said:…

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My Science: That’s entertainment: what – and how – will we be watching in 2020?

Take unlimited creativity, add multiple platforms, throw in faster and smarter tech and you’ve got the ingredients for the biggest entertainment industry shake-up since the introduction of sound, says Allègre Hadida, Senior Lecturer in Strategy and Director of the MPhil…

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Harvard Business Review: Compliance alone won’t make your company safe

Compliance rules alone don’t breed reform to corporate culture, so companies should institute policies based on awareness and forgiveness in order to correct dangerous behaviour, writes David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School. Read…

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