The Beatles and Innovation Special: Part I

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Tackling Health Information Overload

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Why LinkedIn and Facebook are Great at Manipulation

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4.19.12 Full Show - Crisis

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This week, Innovation Hub explores different types of crisis and how we bounce back. Guests include Andrew Zolli, author of "Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back"; Amitabh Chandra, economist and Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government; and Joel Kurtzman, senior fellow at the Milken Insitute and author of "Unleashing the Second American Century".


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Fifty years after The Beatles took America by storm, we examine why the group was so innovative. Beyond reshaping music, they changed business, art, Hollywood, fashion, and culture. Guests include internationally renowned Beatles expert Mark Lewisohn, who speaks about why The Beatles were consistently innovative and refused to conform, and Vivek Tiwary, who has written about the unusual and amazingly successful marketing of The Beatles. We'll also hear the voices of ordinary Americans who remember how The Beatles changed their lives, both personally and professionally. Part 1 of 2.

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