The 1968 alumnus of Stanford GSB turned Mexican cement maker Cemex into a multinational powerhouse — and transformed lives along the way. He died in May at the age of 70.
The cofounder of Hermes Focus Asset Management discusses the value of tolerance, the difficulties of resilience, and the downside of aid.
$10 million grant program is part of the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies.
The chairman emeritus of advertising firm Young & Rubicam explains why practicing one's values "is a winning strategy in business."
A new study explores the evidence behind the idea that people oppose immigration because they fear losing their job.
The governor of Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, discusses the value of persistence and humility in entrepreneurship.
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.
Can the eurozone fix itself in the absence of a catastrophe?
Paralegals can be critical in countries that are short on courts and lawyers. A nonprofit called Namati is helping to bring them there.