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Jim Staikos

Jim Staikos This article is part of our continuing feature: Recollections of ADL—Stories from Arthur D.  Little Alumni.  We want to capture our stories before they are lost forever!  We thank Kathy Thrun for her hard work and dedication to capturing these stories. Jim Staikos was born

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An ADL Quiz Game: A Test of Knowledge and Memory

ADLAA members attending the Annual Reunion held this year at the Oakley Country Club had a lot of fun responding to a quiz about the Arthur D. Little company.  For your amusement, the quiz questions are shown here and the answers are posted on the Events page

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EVENT: Larry Chait on What Happens in Vegas…is amazing! Tuesday,17 June, 2014

Larry goes to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas every year in his ongoing efforts to stay current with the latest technologies, From what he sees there, along with what he learns from other sources, he puts together an annual update on the latest and greatest

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Poly’s Perspective: Life on Wall Street compared to Life at ADL

It is becoming a tradition to gather for a social evening and welcome back a former ADL colleague. This time, our guest will be Polyvios Vintiadis, who was at ADL through the 1960s and 70s before moving to Wall Street. Poly will share some memories and let

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ADLAA “Night at the Pops” 2014

The ADL Alumni Association has reserved 82 tickets for the Wednesday, May 28, concert at Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston.   Keith Lockhart will be conducting an evening of music from the “Gatsby” era, described as a time when flappers and bootleggers rubbed elbows at parties in

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Food and Flavor at Arthur D. Little, Inc.

  Food and Flavor at Arthur D. Little, Inc. The history of food at Arthur D. Little began quite early.  Roger Griffin and Arthur Little frequently analyzed a variety of foods, including chickens, milk, and sugars in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Starting in the 1920s,

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Joe Voci Story

Arthur D. Little Management Education Institute Arthur D. Little, Inc. did many unusual things, including starting a school. Likely that school was the first started and run by a for-profit corporation. ADL had a contract with the Department of State’s Agency for International Development (aka. USAID). The

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Hank Buccigross’ Memories of ADL

ARTHUR D. LITTLE AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT   Roger Burrill Griffin partnered with Arthur D. Little in 1886 to form Griffin & Little, Chemical Engineers. Griffin was the Analytical Chemist working hard in the laboratory. Arthur Little was described –at times– as the salesman, but others (including me)

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A Historic Perspective-Arthur D. Little Transportation Projects

In 1911, Carl F. Woods, was the Chemical Engineer in charge of the Arthur D. Little, Inc. Electric Railway Department that provided inspection, chemical analyses and physical tests of all material and supplies-specifications-timber preservation-electrolysis surveys.  Woods was also noted as a Director and Secretary of Arthur D.

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ADLAA “NIGHT AT THE POPS”

The ADL Alumni Association has reserved 80 tickets for the Tuesday, May 21, concert at Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston. Keith Lockhart will be conducting an evening of music from the “Mad Men” era of the 50’s and 60’s, described as a time when smoky “Rat

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