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The European Business Review: Smile, smile and be a leader? Differences in male and female leaders’ use of humour

Being funny at work is good for business, but male and female leaders use humour differently, according to a paper co-authored by …

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Business Weekly: Google chips in as Raspberry Pi consortium secures £78m for STEM initiative

The Raspberry Pi Foundation, founded by Cambridge Executive MBA alumnus Eben Upton (EMBA 2009), has partnered with STEM Learning and the British …

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Cambridge Independent: Cambridge startup aids African farmers

A startup founded by Executive MBA alumnus Tom Ellum (EMBA 2016) is aiming to help farmers in Africa to sell their products …

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We Are Tech Women: Tech Women 2018 shortlist

Fenni Kang, currently studying for the Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School (class of 2018), has been short-listed for the TechWomen100 …

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Business Matters: Cambridge University alumna takes Silver at international award for Woman of the Year

Gulnar Hazanova, CEO of Azerbaijani’s Gilan Holding’s Retail Group, has been awarded a silver Stevie International Business Award as Woman of the …

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Financial Times: Moving with the times

Eben Upton, co-founder and CEO of Raspberry Pi, a company that created a tiny credit card-sized computer aiming to get children into …

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Business Insider: The 100 coolest people in UK tech

Timo Boldt, founder of Gousto and an alumnus of the Executive MBA programme (EMBA 2014) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is included …

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Financial Times: Fewer hours, more work, greater productivity

David Wilson, currently on the Executive MBA programme (EMBA 2017) at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses productivity and whether shorter working hours …

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Dawn: Creating a sovereign wealth fund

Pakistan may establish a sovereign wealth fund to manage its problematic state-owned enterprises, write Dr Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy …

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The Times: Life in the day of an MBA student

Diana Rofail, currently on Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2017), shares her thoughts about her studies and why …

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Channel News Asia: Being funny at work can be good for your career

Humour can be beneficial at work, according to research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, but there are significant differences on how …

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Fierce CEO: Path to becoming CEO can take twists and turns

David Lenihan, CEO of Ponce Health Sciences University and an alumnus of the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA …

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Hispanic Outlook: Lost in translation Hispanics victimized by America’s third leading cause of death

David Lenihan, CEO of Ponce Health Sciences University and an alumnus of the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA …

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Poets and Quants: 2018 best EMBAs: Tom Martin

Tom Martin, an alumnus of the Executive MBA programme (EMBA 2016) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is included in the Poet and …

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Poets and Quants: 2018 Best EMBAs: Mubarik Hussain

Mubarik Hussain, an alumnus of the Executive MBA programme (EMBA 2016) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is on the Poets and Quants …

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Financial Times: Securitising EU sovereign bonds

Vincent O’Sullivan, currently studying for the Executive MBA (EMBA 2017) at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments in a letter to the Financial …

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Financial Times: UK labour market’s very flexibility may widen the productivity gap

David Wilson, currently on the Executive MBA programme (EMBA 2017) at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the future of the UK labour …

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Financial Times: Being funny at work is good for business

Research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, says humour is good for leaders as well as for staff but there are significant …

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Financial Times: MBA view: will bitcoin regulation undermine its value?

Students from top business schools discuss cryptocurrencies and whether it should be regulated. Christian Pemberton, currently on Executive MBA programme at Cambridge …

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East Africa Business Journal: Somalia’s dual-currency economy

Abdi Ali, an alumnus of the Executive MBA programme (EMBA 2015) at Cambridge Judge, summarises his investigation into Somalia’s dual-currency economy. His …

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