Transportation

Steve Jurvetson
January 27, 2014
An investor in the space and satellite industry heads to the desert with his own rockets and looks to new heights.
Icon A5 airplane mid flight
June 21, 2013
As changes in aviation open the skies to more recreational pilots, an entrepreneur takes a “textbook startup opportunity” and flies with it.
Osamuyimen Stewart
March 21, 2013
Combining high and low tech, IBM's famous R&D lab tackles the challenges of a rapidly urbanizing continent.
Condoleezza Rice
May 24, 2012
Condoleezza Rice discusses political power in Russia, social stability in China, the “essence of democracy,” and “the most surprising place in the world.”
Tony Blair photo
May 18, 2012
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses the importance of partnerships in working with African nations.
July 1, 2011
Ask consumers to study the price of an expensive foreign car. Then ask them whether a "foreign product," such as a meal in an Italian restaurant, seems expensive. According to research coauthored by Christian Wheeler of the Stanford Graduate School of Business the idea that foreign is expensive may transfer from the car to other goods.
April 1, 2011
The aviation industry has to navigate through government regulations, natural disasters, economic storms, and labor negotiations, challenges that Jeff Smisek, president and CEO of the world's largest carrier, United Continental Holdings, says he finds fascinating.
March 1, 2011
Believers in free market capitalism were appalled when the U.S. government spent $82 billion to bail out General Motors and Chrysler. But the money saved an important U.S. industry and averted a national economic catastrophe Steven Rattner, the man who led the rescue operation, told a Stanford Graduate School of Business audience.
February 1, 2011
The Ford Motor turnaround required tough decisions and labor cooperation but CEO Alan Mulally is optimistic about the future.
Steve Jurvetson
January 27, 2014
An investor in the space and satellite industry heads to the desert with his own rockets and looks to new heights.
Icon A5 airplane mid flight
June 21, 2013
As changes in aviation open the skies to more recreational pilots, an entrepreneur takes a “textbook startup opportunity” and flies with it.
Osamuyimen Stewart
March 21, 2013
Combining high and low tech, IBM's famous R&D lab tackles the challenges of a rapidly urbanizing continent.
Condoleezza Rice
May 24, 2012
Condoleezza Rice discusses political power in Russia, social stability in China, the “essence of democracy,” and “the most surprising place in the world.”
Tony Blair photo
May 18, 2012
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses the importance of partnerships in working with African nations.
April 1, 2011
The aviation industry has to navigate through government regulations, natural disasters, economic storms, and labor negotiations, challenges that Jeff Smisek, president and CEO of the world's largest carrier, United Continental Holdings, says he finds fascinating.
March 1, 2011
Believers in free market capitalism were appalled when the U.S. government spent $82 billion to bail out General Motors and Chrysler. But the money saved an important U.S. industry and averted a national economic catastrophe Steven Rattner, the man who led the rescue operation, told a Stanford Graduate School of Business audience.
February 1, 2011
The Ford Motor turnaround required tough decisions and labor cooperation but CEO Alan Mulally is optimistic about the future.
January 1, 2010
The electric car, a vehicle that was practically gone before it arrived, is anything but dead, Carlos Ghosn, the widely celebrated CEO of both Nissan and Renault, told a Stanford Graduate School of Business audience.
July 1, 2011
Ask consumers to study the price of an expensive foreign car. Then ask them whether a "foreign product," such as a meal in an Italian restaurant, seems expensive. According to research coauthored by Christian Wheeler of the Stanford Graduate School of Business the idea that foreign is expensive may transfer from the car to other goods.
May 1, 2010
The United States will see a slow move toward electric car adoption in the next 5-to-10 years while China will see only a small market for cars but big opportunities to manufacture and export batteries. A Stanford MBA student class study doubts either nation will move quickly to adopt clean coal technology.