Ferrari Chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo shared his passion for design and innovation at an April 24 talk at the Graduate School of Business.
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.
Policy makers need to understand how early-stage companies in their own area work, rather than try to create another Silicon Valley, says Stanford management professor George Foster. He is coauthor of a new report published by the World Economic Forum.
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.
The high price of popcorn at most movie theater concession stands actually benefits moviegoers, say researchers, including the business school’s Wesley Hartmann. It helps hold down the price of the movie ticket.
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."