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Villanova players celebrate on the basketball court.

Playing by the numbers

Student-run Harvard Sports Analysis Collective takes an empirical look at key questions in basketball (including March Madness), football, even curling


Eye lit up on digital display screen.

High tech is watching you

In new book, Business School professor emerita says surveillance capitalism undermines autonomy — and democracy


Harvard Business School Baker Library Exhibit

How Lehman became Lehman

Exhibition on the financial giant’s history gives a peek into U.S. business development — and Baker Library’s vast collection


Gita Gopinath in her Littauer Building office at Harvard.

From Harvard to the IMF

New chief economist Gita Gopinath reflects on the challenges ahead


Harvard Business School Professor Francesca Gino talks about what she learned from the talented rebels she’s worked with during her research over the years, and what they have to teach us about when to break the rules.

Unleash your inner rebel

In an age of constant change, it pays to be trailblazer, Harvard author says


HBS Professor Sunil Gupta discusses the national scramble to court Amazon as the retail giant searches for a second headquarters opposite its primary campus in Seattle (pictured).

The quest to win over Amazon

Only one of 20 cities, Boston among them, can win its HQ contest, but losers may benefit too, Harvard professor says