Monthly Archives: July 2012

Want to Graduate? First, Create a Company (NYTimes)

Is the cost of Business School worth it. Maybe not. “The Founder Institute, which was started in 2009. For tuition of less than $1,000, students attend classes with one goal in mind: to create a fully operational company. In fact, they are required to incorporate before they can graduate.” From The New York Times: Want to…

Club BA50 Movie Night – GIRLS NIGHT OUT – Hope Springs

Hope Springs

Enjoy a Girls Night Out compliments of Better After 50! Enter to win tickets to the Hope Springs screening in Boston on Monday, August 6th at 7pm. Screening Location: Regal Fenway Theater 201 Brookline Ave Boston, MA 02215 Grab a friend and join other BA50s for the screening of Hope Springs, starring Meryl Streep and…

Wash That Blog Out With Soap (NYTimes)

The Kids Get Creative especially when things don’t work out as planned. Here’s a great Profile on 20-something Emma Koenig’s creative solution to employment challenges. “So, you’ve moved back in with your parents, huh? How’s that going?” reads a typical entry from her blog. She’s from “Generation Screwed,” and is doing something about it. Her…

Coming Soon: The Big Trade-Off (NYTimes)

“U.S. foreign policy in the age of Alzheimer’s.” We’ll do what we can afford and forget the rest. New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman softens the reality with a tad of humor about why the U.S. will NOT be asserting itself abroad. “Good luck, world! It’s been fun hanging with you, but we can’t pay…