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In some cases, nothing succeeds like failure

By Robert Weisman
December 10, 2006

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Gustave Manso , a Brazilian-born finance professor who joined the faculty at MIT's Sloan School of Management this fall, is researching a problem that's not always considered a priority in executive suites: how to reward failure. (Full article: 820 words)

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