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Today’s digital citizens need not live with the limitations of 1980s computer technology. However, they must live with the limitations of 1980s computer laws.
Women are rising, but we’re a long way from gender parity.
The story of the internet is in no small part a story of trolls. In the 1990s, a troll known as Ken ZZ03 left an indelible mark, and a resulting lawsuit is arguably the most important court case in the history of the Information Age.
Ian Mackie discusses how higher business rates in the UK, on top of heated online competition, have made things tough for brick and mortar.
Big employers have been using data for years to drive innovation in healthcare. Can Amazon and its partners speed up the progress with Haven Healthcare?
The construction and life sciences industries contemplate the use of Bluetooth technology to battle rising costs and performance delays.
Don Bunnin, vice president, Medical Aesthetics & Litigation for Allergan, reflects on the cultures he’s experienced throughout his career and provides insights into the evolving regulatory landscape of healthcare.
Sheila Heen is the CEO of Triad Consulting and has been a lecturer at Harvard Law School since 1995. Her book Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback provides the basis for our discussion today.
Steve Keogh, chief administrative officer for Commercial Risk Solutions at Aon, discusses how technological disruption is changing risk management and how cyber risk has evolved beyond retail and healthcare.
In the second part of the podcast, Michael Whalen dives into LIBOR’s replacement, SOFR; and explains different approaches to replacing LIBOR and what the next generation of benchmarks will be expected to handle.