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Richard Bernstein '80 Offers Investment Advice for 2007 in USA Today
Richard Bernstein '80, chief U.S. strategist at Merrill Lynch, was among 10 financial analysts interviewed for an article in USA Today about stock performance predictions for 2007. (01/03/07). Bernstein predicts that if the momenturm stays positive on Wall Street, the biggest gains may be generated by large-cap stocks. More ...
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Hamilton Participates in RecycleMania! Again

Hamilton College will participate for a third time in RecycleMania!, being held this year from January 28 through April 27.  Hamilton is among 201 colleges and universities in 43 states participating this year. The intercollegiate recycling contest is supported by the Environmental Protection Agency’s WasteWise program, which is designed not only to encourage recycling, but to increase awareness of every student’s individual impact on the environment.   More ...

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Harry Hutson '69 Co-Authors Book Named to Harvard Business Review "Breakthrough Ideas" List
Harry Hutson '69 is co-author of a book with Barbara Perry, Putting Hope to Work that has been named one of 20 "Breakthrough Ideas for 2007" by Harvard Business Review (HBR). The annual HBR list is a survey of emerging ideas that the editors "believe will shape and reshape business in the months and years to come." Hutson and Perry's goal in writing Putting Hope to Work: Five Principles to Activate Your Organization’s Most Powerful Resource (Praeger, 2006) was to raise awareness and appreciation of the largely unexamined asepct of leadership by making it visible, discussable and actionable in organizational terms. According to the book's Web site: Integrating insights from fields as diverse as anthropology, psychology, philosophy, and biology, Hutson and Perry identify the five key principles of hope - possibility, agency, worth, openness and connection - and demonstrate how they can be developed in any type of organization.  More ...
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