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Management Today: Study: even dead CEOs get paid too much

A five-year study has concluded that 42% of top bosses are in fact overpaid, by examining what happens when one suddenly dies. The somewhat morbid research by Bang Dang Nguyen of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and Kasper…

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Financial Times: Market reaction to a CEO’s death can reveal attitudes to pay

Share price reaction to the sudden death of a senior executive can show whether bosses are paid too much, according to research promoted by Judge Business School at Cambridge University. The FT covers research by Dr Bang Dang Nguyen into…

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Forbes: All for the good – can incubators supercharge social ventures?

According to professional association UKBI there are currently around 300 incubators in the United Kingdom, supporting more than 12,000 innovative businesses. For those lucky enough to be selected, a good incubator programme can make a huge difference to a young…

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HospitalManagement.net: SimPrints secures funds to develop fingerprint scanner for patient identification

UK tech start-up SimPrints has secured funding from the Saving Lives at Birth Grand Challenge to develop a mobile biometric scanner to maintain health records. Accelerate Cambridge start-up SimPrints fingerprint scanner featured on HospitalManagement.net. Read the full article [hospitalmanagement.net]…

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Business Weekly: ARM takes SimPrints cash haul to half a million

Cambridge tech start-up SimPrints has secured a funding to develop a fingerprint scanner. A £250,000 grant from the Saving Lives at Birth Grand Challenge, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, will be fully matched by Cambridge’s ARM Ltd.…

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