In general, I have the belief that most ethics courses whether they be medical ethics or business ethics tend to be taught from too theoretical of a standpoint. Scenarios are often defined to have black and white answers, and thus the students never actually deal with true moral dilemmas until they are actually on the […]
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Once in a while, I catch the startup bug due to people like Sean Burgess. So this post is based on hours of frustration that I had from setting up multiple osx machines to deploy rails. Much of this is for my own reference and borrows heavily from these sites and my own attempts on […]
The Human Genome project was completed at the start of the last decade, and only in the last two years have we really begun to reap the fruits of the immense undertaking. I talk about some of commercial players and legal issues surrounding the wide spread adoption of personal genomic technology in medicine at the […]
The Harvard Business Review recently published their article on the Top 100 Best-Performing CEOs in the World. It’s probably not a surprise to many that Steve Jobs is #1 on the list (Apple, Pixar) or that there is only one woman (#8 – Meg Whitman of eBay) on the top 100. I am however, surprised […]
Wow, I’m really impressed with the disastrous state of economy. I don’t really have much to say about it except that I am expecting these companies to fail within the next year or so: Citigroup GM Ford Chrysler Goldman Sachs Yahoo Citadel Let’s see what actually happens….