An Indian army vet builds business relationships across battle lines in war-torn Kashmir villages.
A serial entrepreneur jolted the financial services industry twice. His third move may be his brashest yet.
MOOC is designed for individuals who want to create a sound retirement plan, finance professionals, or citizens concerned about public pension policy.
A former venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and Stanford GSB lecturer explains how to build a great company.
The cofounder of Pagatech learns to balance the cultures of two countries and expand access to financial services.
Whether shareholders benefit from a separate chairman and CEO depends more on context than on corporate structure, David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan find.
A Stanford theoretician of financial risk looks at how to fix the "pipes and valves" of modern finance.
The cofounder of a microlending outfit says entrepreneurs need to "wake up each day and say, 'Now what?'"
Graduate students from around Stanford use this dedicated space to try out start-up business ideas, and learn from them.
Two scholars explain what could happen next in Nicosia — and the rest of Europe.