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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 22 Mar (Sun) – Why Steve Jobs’s legendary Stanford commencement ceremony almost never happened

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  • Why Steve Jobs’s legendary Stanford commencement ceremony almost never happened: FastCo
  • Walter Benjamin on Information vs. Wisdom and How the Novel and the News Killed Storytelling: BP
  • World’s Best CEOs: Barron’s 11th annual list adds eight bosses, but includes only two from our first list, after a turbulent decade that’s been tough on CEOs. Barron’s1, Barron’s2
  • Goodbye, math and history: Finland wants to abandon teaching subjects at school: Quartz
  • Few Companies Actually Succeed at Going Global: HBR
  • In Defense of Boredom: 200 Years of Ideas on the Virtues of Not-Doing from Some of Humanity’s Greatest Minds: BP
  • ‘Disruptive innovation key to become world beaters’: Forbes
  • In Italy, They’re Now Taxing Shadows: Zerohedge

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