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Articles by Robert Weisman

THE NEW YORK TIMES
February 21, 2014
The Swiss drug giant Novartis AG, moving to establish itself as a top player in the hot field of cancer treatment known as immunotherapy, on Monday said it had snapped up two-year-old CoStim Pharmaceuticals Inc., a venture-backed Cambridge biotech using research from Boston academic labs.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
September 13, 2011
Retired biotechnology executive Henri A. Termeer, who built Genzyme Corp. into the largest US company specializing in drugs to treat rare genetic disorders, is donating $10 million to Massachusetts General Hospital to establish it as a world leader in personalized medicine.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
November 25, 2008
With his appointment Monday to lead the National Economic Council, the brainy but abrasive Lawrence H. Summers ’75 is set to become a key ideas man for President-elect Barack Obama as he labors to keep the economic crisis from spiraling out of control.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
September 30, 2008
Last week, Harvard Business School mounted its own emergency rescue mission on Wall Street.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
January 16, 2008
The annual mating ritual between elite business schools and the talent-hungry technology industry this year lured a record 115 master of business administration candidates from MIT’s Sloan School of Management in Cambridge to the hillside campus of VMware Inc., one of Silicon Valley’s hottest companies.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
September 25, 2007
Kerberos, a 20-year-old computer security technology with MIT roots, is about to be turbocharged for the mobile Internet era.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
August 28, 2007
MIT officials have tapped an outsider, David C. Schmittlein, deputy dean of the elite Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, to lead MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
April 10, 2007
Envy is a powerful force in the human psyche — and a tool to be exploited in marketing.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
April 6, 2007
A high-powered academic team's work for a billionaire executive facing charges of improper accounting has raised questions about the appropriate relationship between academic consultants and the businesses they advise.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
March 6, 2007
MIT’s Sloan School of Management is opening a search for a new dean to succeed Richard L. Schmalensee ’65, who is scheduled to step down in June after nine years at the helm of the business school.
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