For Israelis, the latest conflict with Hamas has been frightening, like all wars, but also a little like a high-tech reality show. Israel might be far stronger than its enemy, but its citizens are still huddling in bomb shelters
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The president can fix the problem without Congress—up to a point
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In what owner Darden Restaurants is pitching as a "brand renaissance," Olive Garden is rolling out a redesigned, inoffensive décor and logo
Business majors who graduated as the economy collapsed held steady jobs and worked longer hours than most, but couldn't keep up with tech-savvy peers
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Renowned executive coach Marshall Goldsmith, serial entrepreneur Jeff Bussgang, a partner at Flybridge Capital in Boston, and Dr. Steven Berglas, executive coach, management consultant, and expert on "the stress of success," share their tips for staying entrepreneurial in trying times.