Could cultivating "womanly" virtues -- such as collaboration, empathy, and creativity -- in our male leaders, while creating space for more female leadership, make businesses more sustainable?
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More than eight months after Occupy Wall Street burst onto the global stage, decrying income inequality and coining the phrase We are the 99 percent, the movement's survival and continued relevance
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Literary scholars on Twitter were offering praise Tuesday for an announcement by the Modern Language Association that it is adopting a new author agreement for its journals (including the flagship PMLA)
Ten presidents and chancellors of colleges and state higher education systems announced Tuesday that they would begin providing students with clearer information on college costs and financial aid.