List/Grid Monthly Archives: October 2014

Tackling Climate Change One Deal at a Time

Tackling Climate Change One Deal at a Time

By Mike Beveridge ’17 Friday marked a landmark agreement by the European Union to take steps to fight climate change.  The member nations agreed to new targets which will see… Read more »

Possible IBM Growth Strategies Amid Stock Plunge

Possible IBM Growth Strategies Amid Stock Plunge

by Celena Peng ’16 One of the biggest news in the stock market last week was the huge plunge of IBM’s stock price, falling around 10% and wiping out about… Read more »

Why is Microsoft Still Growing?

Why is Microsoft Still Growing?

By Sanjay Achar ’17 According to average analyst estimates, Microsoft was expected to post earnings of 50 cents per share last Thursday, compared to earnings of 62 cents per share… Read more »

The Economic Impact of Ebola in Africa

The Economic Impact of Ebola in Africa

Earlier this month, the World Bank issued a warning to West Africa outlining the economic damages faced by the region if it fails to contain the spread of Ebola. While… Read more »

What’s Next for Yahoo

What’s Next for Yahoo

By Sanjay Achar ’17 The recent IPO of Alibaba has left investors questioning whether their struggling company, Yahoo!, still has the revenue generating components to justify its expenses. Yahoo! made… Read more »

Outrage Over iCloud Hackers in China

Outrage Over iCloud Hackers in China

By Neil Marques ‘16 The Chinese government is, yet again, faced with outrage over its eavesdropping and privacy monitoring actions. This time the allegations appear more severe. Man-in-the-middle attacks are… Read more »

Why Apple Pay is a Game Changer

Why Apple Pay is a Game Changer

By Eugene Zhelezniak ’16 Earlier last month, Apple announced its new iPhone. Not only thinner but larger than its predecessor, the smartphone ships in two sizes – 6.9 mm and… Read more »

Modi’s Visit to the U.S. and its Implications on U.S.-India Relations

Modi’s Visit to the U.S. and its Implications on U.S.-India Relations

By Nik Tikoo ’17 In May 2014, Narendra Modi became India’s prime minister after leading his party to a landslide victory in India’s national elections. This was the first time… Read more »

Will Martha Coakley Lose Again?

Will Martha Coakley Lose Again?

By Harry Catalani ’17: Four years ago, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley was catapulted to national prominence by losing the special senate election for the seat held by late liberal… Read more »

Homebuilders’ Gains and the Housing Market’s Growth Potential

Homebuilders’ Gains and the Housing Market’s Growth Potential

By Abraham Mendelson ‘17 In a week when the stock market slid on concerns of faltering economic growth in Europe and Asia as well as greater fear of Ebola’s spread,… Read more »

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