Features

Cover Urgency and Patience

Satya Nadella, ’97, is charged with bringing change to Microsoft. The new CEO knows revitalization will take measured, but nimble thinking.

By Amy Merrick |



The 2014 Distinguished Alumni Awards

This year’s awardees are making an impact in internet technology, data science, Latin American trade and foreign policy, and health care in developing nations. Meet George Conrades, ’71 (XP-28), Dhiraj Rajaram, ’03, Alfredo Moreno, ’82, and Amy Lehman, AB ’96, MBA ’05, MD ’05.

By Rebecca Rolfes and Judith Crown |



The View from Minnesota Booth Network Thrives in the Twin Cities

By J. Duncan Moore Jr. |


Faculty Digest


Price Transparency in Health Care

More widely available price information could help reduce hospital charges, according to research by professors Hans B. Christensen and Mark G. Maffett.

By David J. Phillips |

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Last Updated 4/22/14