In grading CEO performance, financials still dominate.
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.
Full-time program has evolved to extended 12-month format and expanded enrollment for both self-funded and sponsored students.
The governor of Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, discusses the value of persistence and humility in entrepreneurship.
eBay Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer John Donahoe, will address graduates during Stanford GSB's ceremony on Saturday, June 15, 2013.
An investor says startups should scale first and worry about monetization later.
Economist Edward Lazear says Congress and the president must focus on policies that encourage greater investment.
Keith Hennessey and Christina Romer debate the debt ceiling, federal deficit, and growth at the Commonwealth Club of California.
C-suite leaders challenge MBA students to lead under pressure.