Scientist who simulated the global impact of a coronavirus outbreak says ‘the cat’s already out of the bag’ and calls China’s efforts to contain the disease ‘unlikely to be effective’

2020-01-25

‘Probably, the cat’s already out of the bag.’ Eric Toner, M.D. Scientist and scholar Eric Toner, quoted above in an excerpt from a Friday interview with the business-news channel CNBC, explained that China’s efforts to contain the current outbreak of a fast-moving upper-respiratory illness are “unlikely to be effective.” TheRead More →

At Harvard B-School, lessons for impact investors By Reuters

2019-10-05

By Beth Pinsker NEW YORK (Reuters) – Harvard Business School is known for guiding the next generation of financial leaders through compelling case studies in management, innovation and global intelligence. Now the curriculum includes impact investing, which incorporates positive environmental, social and governance values into investment decisions. Vikram Gandhi, aRead More →

Caterpillar, Nvidia sound alarm on China impact By Reuters

2019-01-28

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO -NVIDIA graphic cards are shown for sale at a retail computer store in San Marcos, California (Reuters) – Warnings from Caterpillar and Nvidia on Monday about weakening demand from China signal investors could see more profit shortfalls from U.S. companies that count on the world’s No.Read More →