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  • He was rightly known as a path-breaking political strategist.

    The Guardian World News

  • His unique accomplishment ignited a fresh debate within IBM: Would the company have been deprived of this path-breaking innovation had it not created a supportive work culture for employees like him?

    To Be Gay In Indian Business

  • Can they explain why Arafat launched a "second intifada" just as Israel and the U.S. were proposing a path-breaking two-state solution?

    David Harris: "How Can You Defend Israel?" Part II

  • Today, the Deseret News in Salt Lake City, Utah launches a five-part series that explores what this path-breaking research says about an increasingly visible, but still largely misunderstood religious minority.

    Paul Edwards: Who Are Mormons?

  • Historian Jim Powell recounts in his path-breaking book FDR's Folly how the areas serviced by the government-run TVA ended up doing less well economically than did the territories served by investor-owned electricity providers.

    Fact And Comment

  • Because, he wrote in a path-breaking 1980 article, the standard macroeconometric models rested on "incredible" assumptions.

    A Nobel for Non-Keynesians

  • For instance, she says, "when people say 'I don't have an idea,' they mean they don't have a world-changing, path-breaking blockbuster idea—and unless they have a big idea like that they cannot begin."

    The Best Advice Around, From Those Who Took It

  • All quotes and statistics, unless otherwise indicated, are from a path-breaking series of studies by Susan Lambert and Julia Henley of the University of Chicago, and Anna Haley-Lock of the University of Wisconsin.

    Why A Supportive Schedule Benefits Your Business

  • New path-breaking technologies will be needed to address climate change, and public support for private-sector or public-sector R&D will be crucial to meet this need.

    Robert Stavins: Carbon-Pricing and Technology R&D Initiatives: Both Are Necessary, but Neither Is Sufficient

  • I felt a lot less melancholy about the future of U.S. public education after having coffee a few days ago with Joel Rose, the founder of the path-breaking New York City experiment called School of One.

    Katherine Ellison: Education Reform -- Getting Personal

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