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In 2012 EDSG has been working with a private Russian university to establish new academic and research programs as well as to streamline its operations.

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  • GreenBuzz – December 1, 2014

    Happy December. For our U.S. readers, I hope you had a wonderful holiday weekend. As December dawns, we're beginning to look both backward and forward — at the year just ending, and and all that's yet to come.

    For starters, we're planning our annual package of year-end stories, including the voices of many of your colleagues on the highs and lows of 2014 and a look forward at 2015.

    The GreenBiz team is mainly looking forward: at the 2015 State of Green Business report, to publish on January 27; at the three January meetings of the GreenBiz Executive Network, in San Francisco, Las Vegas and Boca Raton; and at the 2015 GreenBiz Forum, in February in Arizona, which is shaping up to be another winner.

    That is to say, it's business as usual here, albeit with a wistful eye to a year that's just beginning to wind down.

    Welcome! We're very pleased to welcome associate editor Lauren Hepler, the newest member of the GreenBiz team. Lauren comes to us from the Silicon Valley Business Journal, Slate magazine and Congressional Quarterly. She chipped in two piece in her first week and we are looking forward to many more.

    Recycling 2.0: That's the title of our next webcast, on December 9. It will focus on how cities are reinvigorating their recycling programs, which have plateaued in recent years, though the insights are equally applicable to companies. You'll hear new data about what consumers think about recycling and what messages resonate with them. It's free; registration required. 

    Newsletter Date: 
    Monday, December 1, 2014
    Newsletter Type: 
    GreenBuzz Daily

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The Economist: Business

  • Schumpeter: Sailing through a scandal

    IT MUST all seem like a distant nightmare now. After the revelations of phone-hacking at the News of the World emerged in 2011, Rupert Murdoch was hauled before Parliament, calling it “the most humble day of my life”. Executives and journalists were arrested. The scandal prompted Mr Murdoch’s News Corp to drop a cherished plan to buy out the other investors in BSkyB, a satellite broadcaster (since renamed Sky). Some predicted that the affair, which included the hacking of a murdered schoolgirl’s voicemails, could be Mr Murdoch’s and his firm’s undoing.However, corporate karma turns out to be more lenient than business schools lead students to believe. Far from watching their empire crumble, Mr Murdoch and his family have more than doubled their wealth since the scandal broke. Mr Murdoch, who is 83, remains firmly in charge, and his sons, Lachlan and James, seem better placed than ever to succeed him one day.The Murdoch clan’s resilience points to an overlooked reality in business: sometimes a loss can turn into an unexpected win. The crisis forced Mr Murdoch, a devoted newspaperman, to make difficult choices that he never would have in...

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