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Former Slugger Uses MBA To Help Pick Winning Players
Democracy Is Not Assured by Revolutions in the Arab World
A Sobering Look at Today's Federal Debt
European High-Tech Startups Thrive, Says Skype Founder
Intuit CIO Sees Gold in Data Mining
Ford Is Adding Jobs, Expanding Says CEO Alan Mulally
Stanford MBA Puts Positive Spin on Disc Throwing
In Defense of Auto Industry Bail-out
Nonprofits Must Change as Old Charitable Funding Models Decline
Greener Vending Machines Dispense Healthier Products
Africa, the Next Frontier for Entrepreneurs
Chile Offers Government Support to Foreign Entrepreneurs
New Stanford Energy Center Focuses on Finance and Policy
Pritzker's Latest Challenge: Helping Fix Public Schools
MercadoLibre Grows Latin America’s Online Marketplace
Race, Gender and Social Class Still Matter
New Ventures by Alumni
GSB Then & Now
As the Graduate School of Business moves into its new home, a slideshow provides an opportunity to reminisce about the past 80 years.
How Cowboys, Engineers, and Scientists Plugged the BP Oil Leak
When oil began gushing into the Gulf of Mexico last year, scientists, engineers, and operations workers all had different ideas about what to do.
The Limits of Long-Distance Management
Executive troubleshooter Jesse Hermann, MBA '88, warns geographically distant managers and owners they need to spend time on site.
Faculty Books Explore Pricing, Decision Making
New books from GSB faculty cover topics including communication, politics, and corporate governance.
GSB Faculty Gain Insights During Trip to India
Faculty visited India in 2010 to build relationships, identify research opportunities, and enhance their global perspectives.
O'Reilly Recognized for Broadening Understanding of Organizational Behavior
Charles O'Reilly received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Management.
Srinivasan Elected as INFORMS Fellow
Marketing Professor V. "Seenu" Srinivasan has been named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences.
Tunneling Through Intercorporate Loans Damages Company Value
Majority shareholders who divert assets from one company to another for personal benefit can be found in some developing nations.
Women Who Display Masculine Traits — and Know When Not to — Get More Promotions Than Men
Women who are aggressive, assertive, and confident but who can turn these traits on and off get more promotions than either men or other women.
How Tax Policy Built the Mutual Fund Industry
A new study argues that household stock ownership decreases as the tax benefits associated with owning stocks inside a pension plan increase. The trend applies around the globe, says coauthor Professor Ilya Strebulaev.
Bad Publicity Can Be Good for Lesser-Known Brands
Researchers say in some cases negative publicity can increase sales when a product or company is relatively unknown.
Setting Vague Goals Can Help You Keep Those New Year's Resolutions
People are more likely to stay motivated and achieve a goal if it's sketched out in vague terms.
Improved Access to Data Answers Question of 'Does Management Matter?'
The spread of information technology has had a huge impact not only on how workers are managed but also on the ability of researchers to compare the effectiveness of different strategies.
Alumni on Education
Alumni of the Stanford Graduate School of Business share their views on education.
Japanese Alumni Test Their Post-Disaster Leadership Mettle
As Japan shifts from disaster relief to rebuilding, GSB alumni see opportunities for change and renewal.