By Olivia Deng, InBusiness Editor @oliviadeng1  What comes to mind when you think of “hack”? The word may have negative connotations – intrusion, invasion and theft. However, “hack” has also acquired a new meaning, one that is less associated with illicit activity and more associated with exploration and innovation. HackBeanPot. HackMIT. HubHacks. Masshack. Boston, a city with […]

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By Olivia Deng, InBusiness Editor @oliviadeng1 On Friday, the auditoriums of the Broad Institute, the Koch Institute and the Ragon Institute in Kendall Square were filled with individuals ready to be inspired. These were the sites of the 2014 fall TEDxCambridge event. A smaller division of the global TED (which stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design) […]

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By Olivia Deng, InBusiness Editor @oliviadeng1 The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has taken the nation by storm. Everyone, it seems, from your roommate to Kim Kardashian, has doused themselves in ice for the cause. While individuals are queuing to pour buckets of ice over themselves and post it on social media, does it really raise […]

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By Emily Overholt, Staff [email protected] So here we are folks. One full semester of InBiz back in action. Are you proud? I’m proud. I thought for my final blog I’d take a stroll down memory lane with you through my weird business-like rants. 1. I talked about skipping class and what it costs you for […]

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By Emily Overholt, Staff Writer @EmilyOverholt Oh Convenience Points. The magical currency of terriers all over Commonwealth Ave. While they’re great for snagging some late night Domino’s or some overpriced shampoo in City Convenience, there are some things you just can’t get. Despite being sold in places that accept the points that you bought on […]

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By Vitalik Schafer, Staff Writer @Vitalgrodno Businessweek is calling the Sochi Olympics the most expensive in history, topping out with $51 billion spent. As you can tell from the high cost, Russia invested more than what it would cost to just build a venue for the winter sports. Recent news stories about the Olympics have not been […]

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