...It has since added the University of California, Berkeley; Georgetown University; Wellesley College; and the University of Texas as partners. Its goal is to...
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...age of 50, received a bachelor's degree in English from Wellesley College. Thereafter, from 1996 until 2002, she worked at various jobs as...
...Philadelphia-based Pepper Hamilton sponsors the business-plan competition at Babson College in Wellesley, Mass., and the annual, so-called "rocket pitch" program...
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For the past year, Mark Chandler, the general counsel of Cisco Systems, Inc., has been balancing being in the top lawyer spot at one of the nation's most prominent technology companies with rousing s
Before she was first lady or senator, Hillary Clinton was a corporate lawyer. Which explains a lot, writes Susan Lehman
Attorneys for the Coca-Cola Co. are trying to use class action king William Lerach's guilty plea to conspiring to obstruct justice to derail a seven-year-old securities fraud case against the soft dr
Profile of Rachel F. Robbins, executive vice president and general counsel, NYSE Group Inc
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