New research shows that companies with 65-year-old CEOs are more likely than others to attract acquisition offers.
New research shows how keeping your distance, or not, can play a role.
Their goal: to speed the flow of research results and open access to ideas and knowledge.
A study shows that talking about people behind their backs and voting others "off the island" may actually be good for society.
Game theory shows why "discretionary" spending programs lead to more self-interested behavior by politicians than "mandatory" spending programs.
New research shows how companies can minimize conflicts within their top teams.
A new study shows how corporations with tarnished reputations can regain their financial value by undertaking broad-based goodwill efforts.
Two experts on corporate governance say the firms' "influence may not be for the better, as far as shareholder value is concerned."
Two Stanford professors discuss their new book, Scaling Up Excellence, which reveals how the best leaders and teams develop, spread, and instill the right growth mindset in their organization.
New research by Stanford GSB Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer shows that the more money we earn, the more money we want.