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Business Review borrows a page from itself

Harvard magazine reorganizes as industry struggles

Adi Ignatius has overhauled Harvard Business Review. Adi Ignatius has overhauled Harvard Business Review. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By D.C. Denison and Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / July 12, 2009

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The questions could be lifted directly from the glossy pages of Harvard Business Review: How to handle a restructuring? What’s the best strategy for weathering a recession? Can a venerable print publication make the leap to the Web? (Full article: 1035 words)

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