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    Shibaji Dash

    10 years ago

    Yes, stakes have supplanted the cause of tears. Sentiment/emotions do not find place in the algorithm of revenue/business models. Business studies as a subject has caused more harm than good to mankind. Humans are mutating and transmuting fast as new species of monsters.

    Manish Keswani

    10 years ago

    It should be "Tiger Woods", not Obama.

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