Robin Cook

November 14, 2013
Chao Family

Elaine, May, Grace and Angela Chao: Signs of Positive Feminist Change at Harvard

Angela Chao is a corporate executive, philanthropist, and graduate of the Harvard Business School, like her sisters, three of whom also attended Harvard Business School. Harvard University and the Harvard Business School recently made history thanks to the generosity of her family. The University will for the first time in […]
September 29, 2013
Environmental Conservation and Biodiversity

Biodiversity’s Balance with Economic Growth

Economic growth and environmental conservation mix like oil and water, or so the conventional thinking goes. The Economist recently complicated this picture with a special report on biodiversity. The report concludes that middle-income economies take better care of their environments than struggling nations. What’s the tipping point for “middle income”? […]
August 28, 2013
Yoav Bruck

Behind the Scenes of the Maccabiah: Interview with Yoav Bruck

A friend of mine recently returned from a business trip to Israel. On this trip, he met an interesting Israeli businessman. The man’s name is Yoav Bruck and he is an Israeli swimmer who competed in three Olympic Games. Mr Bruck is also CEO of a sports tourism agency. Always […]
August 25, 2013
Washington Post

On Jeff Bezos’ Wish List: Amazon’s Founder Buys The Washington Post

The world of print news media is undergoing yet another convulsion. Some shake ups are clearly indicative of an industry that is, to put it mildly, struggling. Others may result in the birth of a new publishing model for the internet that meets the challenge of bloggers and free online […]