It's hard not to marvel at the multifaceted arc of Michael Graves' 50-year career -- and three events this fall will allow his followers to do exactly that.
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Quite simply, organizations heavily concentrated on acquisitions often forget the reason they exist -- their purpose -- and the value of having employees that align with that purpose.
The U.S. Open offers the business world a valuable reminder: facing tremendous competition and extreme pressure, consistency fuels victory.
Michael Graves has noticed the deficit in understanding in the design of hospital rooms -- including layout, bathrooms, and even décor, and the tremendous need in assistive devices for patients.
It seems to me that InsideDefense delivers the goods about military strategy and spending, warts and all, good or bad.
Army Specialist Kyle Wright was killed Wednesday as an improvised explosive device hit his Stryker vehicle in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
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One girl even said that, rather than go through this show again, "I'd rather eat my own face." Should be a wild ride.
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