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The following is a transcript of Julie Sweet’s commencement address to the University of Texas McCombs School of Business MBA Class of 2019, delivered on May 24, 2019. Hello.

3 steps that we take to tackle the issue of 'car dominance' in the city.

What combination of subjects and learning styles can best prepare us for the changes that emerging technologies will bring to our society?

Switzerland’s policies in support of women have lagged behind many of its European neighbours - so women are taking to the streets in protest.

The findings lay the foundations for future research into communication with other species.

Companies need to think beyond marketing gimmicks and celebrity endorsements to succeed in an increasingly sophisticated marketplace.

As few as one in four Americans have money saved to see them through retirement, according to the US Federal Reserve. And even the older generation has not put enough aside to support their golden years.

Africa has vast untapped potential for agriculture and food production.

For 47 years, we Methodists have “held the line”: marching in place, as God’s world spins away from us. We linger again- in a critical moment. Will the Methodist church stand in place, trudge…

Norman Foster is helping the Andhra Pradesh government build a new sustainable state capital. Here are the key elements.

A mix between uncanny realism and eeriness, AI manipulation shines a whole new light on old masterpieces.

Not so rare anymore - there are now 326 startups worth more than $1 billion. Here's how the unicorn landscape is growing by sector, valuation and country.

The total annual carbon footprint of tobacco is almost as high as the greenhouse gas emissions of Peru or Israel, according to a new study commissioned by the World Health Organization.

As public crises like obesity and environmental destruction continue to worsen, behavioural science is more vital to policy-makers than ever.

US-China trade has grown rapidly over the past thirty years, with China surpassing Mexico and Canada as the US' largest trading partner. .

From structural and economic issues, to the fracturing of liberal democracy, here are the four key hurdles the new European Parliament will have to overcome, says Ana Palacio, Spain's former Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Plumbing systems and drains cost homeowners time and money more than any other source of water loss. It only takes a small amount of water soaking into floors, walls or cabinets from a faulty pipe, or bubbling up from a backed-up sewer drain to cause thousands of dollars in damage to your home or business. An IBHS study of closed water damage insurance claims identified plumbing pipes and drain systems as leading causes of interior water damage.

Chinese porcelain might seem out of place in Bellini's 16th century Feast of the Gods, but offers clues about how long we've been trading goods and cultures.

The old leadership model does not work: a big shift in management and leadership is long overdue, write two experts.

From research on climate action, to health and wellbeing and gender equality, this is how the world's universities are furthering the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

A decade after the collapse of the Lehman Brothers, are we sleep-walking towards a fresh crisis?

Ghana's government has come under criticism for a recent deal with China to exchange bauxite for assistance with infrastructure projects.

From the Director-General of WWF to representatives from Accenture and the Centre for Humanitarian Data, humanitarians have their say on what tech has done to further meaningful change.

Our journeys to and from work are starting to change the way we think and act.

The cervical cancer immunisation programme is part of a wider vaccination push within the country, which saw life expectancy more than double between 1995 and 2011.