A Stanford GSB student looks at the value of renewable energy in the developing world.
A key player in creating Taiwan's semiconductor industry explains the role of technology in improving energy efficiency.
Why Chinese investors are starting to do clean-energy deals in the U.S.
Serial entrepreneur Kewen Jin discusses the rapid growth of China's health care industry and the idea of "innovation by subtraction."
Kleiner Perkins’ Chi-Hua Chien discusses Facebook, the future of mobile, and the one-and-only reason to start a new company.
Officials from developing countries, the U.S. State Department, and the United Nations met on campus with tech-savvy entrepreneurs to discuss how fast-spreading connection technologies can foster sustainable economic growth, improve public health, support agriculture, and protect the natural environment in many countries.
High School students in Palo Alto, Calif., spend more time using digital media daily than their counterparts in Beijing, but the Chinese youths are more likely to build networks online only according to a new study from Stanford University.
The 2008 turmoil in world oil prices was not caused by an imbalance of supply and demand, argues Professor Kenneth Singleton of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Instead there was an "economically and statistically significant effect of investor flows on futures prices."
Jack Ma, chairman of China's Alibaba internet giant, told a Stanford audience his firm is "very interested" in acquiring Yahoo. Ma was one of the speakers at the "China 2.0" conference sponsored by the Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship on Sept. 30.
As Japan shifts from disaster relief to rebuilding, GSB alumni see opportunities for change and renewal.