Posts Tagged ‘Larry Page’

CEE Review: Learning to lie, Why we work, Investment or philanthropy? and more

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

News and Opinion

At Science Daily, a report: Lied-to children more likely to cheat and lie.

Google’s Larry Page, according to Business Insider: I’d rather give my billions to Elon Musk than to charity.

At AdWeek, WalMart’s inspiring Why We Work video.

Fin is a promising gesture-control device designed by Indian engineers.

Thom Ruhe has Five Must-Read Articles in Entrepreneurship (Kauffman’s site).

An extended profile interview with philosopher Nicholas Capaldi.

Beer-makers and farmers versus new FDA regulation.


Blast from the past:’s classic 1999 ad.

At this week’s APEE conference in Las Vegas, Stephen Hicks is presenting a talk on “Is Freedom a Subjective Value?  Abstract here.

See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy.

The Perils of Student Entrepreneurship

Monday, May 21st, 2012

Many universities, Brian Love explains, have patent assignment policies for their students hidden within their broader student policy agreement. Entrepreneurial students should be aware of the potential of such policies to hinder their future business successes. In some cases innovative students are sued and imprisoned for attempting to claim ownership of their inventions.

Read the article at The Boston Globe.

Entrepreneurs talk: Google’s founders

Friday, June 20th, 2008

Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page offer an inside look into Google search patterns and their strategies to motivate employees and increase innovation.