The prospect of turning scribbled lecture notes into money-making on-line products has faculty and administrators scrambling to rewrite the rules on who owns course materials.
Competition in the higher education market is intensifying as both traditional universities and high-tech entrepreneurs jump at the chance to eliminate physical boundaries to education.
Education is hot, and entrepreneurs seeking a share of this surging market are seizing on the appeal of the word "university" to attract students and revenues.
If you have expertise in ancient Greece, impressionist art or exotic ornithology, to name just a few hot fields, you may be able to hop on the latest travel trend and see the world.
The back-to-basics management philosophy of McGill’s Henry Mintzberg is winning followers in a business world that's sick of the latest gurus – and turning him into one in the process.
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How small businesses can keep employees loyal and motivated; low-cost ways to help them balance their work and personal lives.
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