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Internet oversight urged

Create a WTO-equivalent to oversee the internet, recommends major new report by panel chaired by Professor Peter Williamson of Cambridge Judge Business School. The internet needs an international WTO-style body to protect and grow it as one of the world's…

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CCTV (English): UK gives Huawei green light to help build 5G network

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Huawei’s role in building the UK's 5G network. "Huawei's technology is already deeply embedded in the global standards that underpin 5G," Professor Williamson said. "The costs…

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Sputnik News: ‘US creating alternative 5G network is a pipe-dream’

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the US-Huawei situation and the prospects for the US to create an alternative 5G high-speed communication network. Professor Williamson believes such a 5G network “is a…

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Four reasons Huawei’s new Harmony OS won’t solve its problems

Huawei's meteoric rise in the telecoms business was brought to a dramatic halt in April when the US government put a ban on US companies doing business with the Chinese firm. This includes Google and, crucially for Huawei's smartphone users,…

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The Conversation: Four reasons Huawei’s new Harmony OS won’t solve its problems

An article in The Conversation co-authored by Dr Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at Chinese telecoms giant Huawei and outlines four reasons why Huawei’s new operating system Harmony OS is ‘not a…

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Financial Times: What are we waiting for? Let’s GGGGGo!

Charles Heller, currently studying for an MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School (Class of 2018), wrote a letter to the FT editor. He urged the UK not to allow issues relating to Chinese company Huawei and 5G mobile infrastructure to…

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China Daily: Huawei faces up to protectionism

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge, comments on Huawei and Chinese investment in the UK. He said the relationships that Huawei has built across Europe over the past 10 years are paying off: "Huawei's large customers…

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The European Financial Review: Leadership is about making others smarter to better serve customers

David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge, co-authored an article about leadership in Chinese telecoms company Huawei. “To remain competitive as the top provider in the business, Huawei puts a strong emphasis in making a difference…

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Publishing prize

A book about Chinese telecoms company Huawei co-authored by Professor David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge wins book award in Russia. A book about leadership at Chinese telecoms company Huawei co-authored by David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies…

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The European Business Review: Why forgiveness should be part of compliance strategy

David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, discuses compliance strategies and why forgiveness plays an important part. “Rather than treating compliance as an exercise in running down a tick-box list, I advocate a view…

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