YouTube tutor Salman Khan tells how his commitment to help a cousin with a difficult math lesson led not just to a successful, free, online tutoring service but to an organization whose educational mission attracts highly-productive workers without exorbitant pay packages.
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Stick to your core beliefs when confronted with unanticipated moments of crisis, and build a team that can help you effectively confront difficult challenges, advised former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe.
Steven A. Denning, MBA '78, who has been a member of the board since 2004, served as co-chair of The Stanford Challenge, the recently concluded campaign that raised $6.2 billion.
A research paper coauthored by finance faculty member Anat Admati has been recognized by the Financial Times and International Centre for Financial Regulation (ICFR) in their jointly-sponsored third annual essay contest on financial regulation.
After leaving an internet company he cofounded here, Eric Baker took the business concept to other countries.
Europe’s banks also need to shore up their capital, not just borrow liquidity, say three experts on international finance.
In a new book, economics Professor Robert Flanagan explains why symphony orchestras need multiple strategies to keep their finances from ballooning out of control.
Tokyo Electric’s manager of nuclear power cites the value of cross-border sharing of crisis management knowledge.
Mountain Hazelnuts of Bhutan has set its sights on a triple bottom line: financial gain for investors, alleviating poverty among farm families, and restoration of an eroded, hilly landscape.