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Controversy pays

A new book by Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School outlines how generating negative feedback can be beneficial. Dr Thomas Roulet Being controversial can surprisingly yield positive results by opening up new opportunities, says a new book by…

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Internet oversight urged

Create a WTO-equivalent to oversee the internet, recommends major new report by panel chaired by Professor Peter Williamson of Cambridge Judge Business School. The internet needs an international WTO-style body to protect and grow it as one of the world's…

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The Independent: ‘Google has entered the videogaming industry. Its competitors should be scared’

An article by Dr Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy at Cambridge Judge, and Visiting Fellow Hamza Mudassir discusses the threat posed to videogame console makers Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo by Google’s plan to launch the cloud-based Stadia gaming…

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Recognising vital support

The inaugural Cambridge Judge Business School Recognition Awards salutes Google, Barclays, the World Bank Group, Invesco and the Sainsbury family for engaging with and supporting the School. The inaugural Cambridge Judge Business School Recognition Awards, announced today (11 June), saluted…

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Cambridge Independent: Masterclass at Cambridge Judge as Google duo coach

An event held at Cambridge Judge Business School featured Google executives Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle, who talked about coaching in business. “The principles of great coaching – trust, teamworking, building a sense of community and love – are things…

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Study of digital creative industries reveals massive untapped revenue potential for digital TV and film content in the UK and Germany

A team of five MBAs from the University of Cambridge Judge Business School recently completed a study which predicts the UK and German TV and film industries will monetise less than 15 per cent of the theoretical digital value in…

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Searching to regulate Google

Clearer regulatory guidelines are needed to prevent Internet search engines abusing their dominant positions The European Union's decision to investigate allegations against the internet search engine giant, Google, has been welcomed by Dr Michael Barrett, Cambridge Judge Business School's Reader…

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