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Cambridge Network: Alumna Alice heads up prize-winning team exploring viruses as a way to treat breast cancer

Alice MacNeil (Management Studies Tripos 2012) and her team members have won $5000 to take forward their ground-breaking project to commercialise a novel idea developed by the US National Cancer Institute to copy how viruses work in human cells as…

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Forbes: Beyond the Tech City – Cambridge accelerator stages London investor day

In the week when Cambridge Judge Business School's start-up accelerator, Accelerate Cambridge, held its first London Investor Day, Hanadi Jabado, Director of Accelerate, speaks to Forbes about entrepreneurship, why Cambridge is a great place for start-ups and enticing investors out…

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Gulf Daily News: A. Almoayed appointed as member of the Board of Directors of Bahrain Bourse

Ayman Almoayed, MBA 2008 and a member of the Alumni Council at Cambridge Judge Business School, has joined the Board of Directors at the Bahrain Stock Exchange. To read the Gulf Daily News article open the pdf document (next to…

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The Huffington Post: A tune from the Middle East, a bridge to America

Badr Jafar, CEO of Crescent Enterprises and Chairman of the Alumni Council at Cambridge Judge Business School, together with American music producer Quincy Jones, has been awarded the 2014 Kennedy Center International Committee on the Arts Gold Medal. Badr shares…

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Bloomberg Business Week: The most daring CEOs were forged in fire (and flood and earthquake)

Bloomberg features the research of Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, and colleagues, into how childhood disaster shapes CEOs. Read the full article [businessweek.com]  …

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BRAC blog: Scaling digitality: Does scaling technology have to mean losing the human touch

The second Frugal Innovation Forum titled ‘Scaling Digitally’ took place in Bangladesh. Over 150 people representing 16 countries spent their weekend at the event sharing their experiences and learning from each other, including Jaideep Prabhu, Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian…

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Commodity Online: Over- stressed investors: Cortisol influence on markets

The article features the research of Dr John Coates, Fellow in Neuroscience at Cambridge Judge Business School. New research by Dr John Coates and Dr Ben Hardy from CJBS has revealed that cortisol may influence traders’ risk-taking behavior. Read the…

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Cambridge Network: Angel investors gather for new entrepreneur pitches

Around 100 investors from the Cambridge innovation cluster and London investment scene will meet in London this Thursday (10 April), to hear up-and-coming entrepreneurial teams pitch new ventures. Four of the star teams - Cytora, Kisanhub, SensorHut and AlgoDynamix- will…

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BBC Radio Cambridgeshire: The Paul Stainton Bigger Breakfast Show

Allan Barrell, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about MedCity, launched in London earlier this week. Boris Johnson named Cambridge, Oxford and London the ‘golden triangle’ for life sciences expertise and innovation. Listen from 1hr 7mins 25sec. Listen to…

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Leading light: Awesome

In her blogpost Kate Griffiths–Lambe looks at team performance and refers to ‘There is an I in Team’ by Dr Mark de Rond, Reader in Strategy and Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School. Read the full article [kategl.blogspot.co.uk]  …

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The National: Blowing whistles and trumpets in the fight against corruption

Badr Jafar, CEO of Crescent Enterprises and Chairman of the Alumni Council at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes on fighting corruption and new perspectives on whistleblowing. Read the full article [thenational.ae]  …

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BBC Radio Cambridgeshire: The Paul Stainton Bigger Breakfast Show

BBC investigates why high street shops are doing better than malls in Cambridgeshire. Vincent Mak, University Lecturer in Marketing at CJBS, gives his insights. Listen from about 2hrs 22mins 18secs. Listen to the podcast [bbc.co.uk]  …

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City AM: Sorry Ofgem: Why simpler energy tariffs are not in consumers’ interests

Stephen Littlechild, a fellow in Privatisation, Regulations and Competition at CJBS, writes about his analysis of a customer survey for the YouGov-Cambridge Programme, and concludes that an independent investigation of whether simpler tariffs really are good for competition, and in…

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Wired: Government ‘at risk of losing it’s way’ with digital strategy

A speech on the UK Government’s approach to digital governance by Dr Mark Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems at Cambridge Judge Business School, was widely reported. Read the full article [wired.co.uk]  …

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Behind Blue Eyes: Slow progress in reforming the IMF

In his latest blogpost, Dr Simon Taylor, University Lecturer in Finance, laments the speed of reform at the IMF but also defends its role. Read the full article [simontaylorsblog.com]  …

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