Stanford GSB offers its first Europe-based Stanford Ignite program with École polytechnique in September in Paris.
Can the eurozone fix itself in the absence of a catastrophe?
A conversation with Stefan Reichelstein on the economics of solar power.
Serial entrepreneur Kewen Jin discusses the rapid growth of China's health care industry and the idea of "innovation by subtraction."
After leaving an internet company he cofounded here, Eric Baker took the business concept to other countries.
Europe’s banks also need to shore up their capital, not just borrow liquidity, say three experts on international finance.
Online technology challenges citizens to build better societies, not just revolt against bad ones, Google Ideas leader Jared Cohen says.
Silicon Valley isn't the only area in which technology companies can flourish, says Niklas Zennström, who founded the high-flying internet communication firm Skype in Luxembourg. Populations and internet use are growing fastest outside of the United States.
Hermitage Capital Management went from $25 million to $4 billion by investing in undervalued Russian companies. Today its founder, Bill Browder, MBA '89, says anyone investing in Russia long term "is out of their mind."