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The Wall Street Journal

May 28, 2022
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The Case for Taking the ‘G’ Out of ESG

Emeritus faculty member David F. Larcker and researcher Brian Tayan discuss effectively measuring a company’s impact on stakeholders and society.

Forbes India

May 18, 2022
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Having More Power at the Bargaining Table Helps Women—but Also Sparks Backlash

In this article originally published by Stanford Business, faculty member Nir Halevy discusses the backlash assertive women can face in the workplace.

FOX Bay Area

May 17, 2022
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Electric Vehicle New Registrations Jump 60% In 1st Quarter of 2022

Lecturer Sven A. Beiker discusses the rise in electric vehicle ownership as gas prices continue to increase.

Poets&Quants

May 17, 2022
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How Stanford GSB Prepares Students for the ‘Most Sought-after’ Post-grad Role

Faculty member Yossi Feinberg and several MBAs share their experiences with the Product Management Action Learning Program.

Crunchbase

May 17, 2022
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Stanford, Harvard, MIT Still Top the List of Schools Producing Funded Founders

This article highlights Stanford GSB as one of the top MBA programs producing seed or early-stage funded founders.

Unsiloed Podcast

May 16, 2022
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What’s Wrong with Banking feat. Anat Admati

Faculty member Anat R. Admati discusses the unresolved political and economic forces that gave rise to the global financial crisis.

Nashville Tennessean

May 15, 2022
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Who Says Business Can’t Be Fun? Warren Buffett for One

Faculty member Jennifer Aaker and lecturer Naomi Bagdonas share their thoughts on the impact of humor on building success in the workplace.

Psychology Today

May 13, 2022
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Culture Is How People Behave When No One Is Looking

In this article, faculty member Charles A. O’Reilly discusses the behaviors that shape workplace culture.

NBC News

May 12, 2022
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Using Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence for Hiring Risks Violating the Americans with Disabilities Act, Biden Admin Says

In this article, faculty member Amir Goldberg shares his thoughts on the presence of bias in technology algorithms for human resources.

Insider

May 11, 2022
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Bonobos Cofounder Andy Dunn Describes How He Changed His Unstylish Ways to Run a Top Fashion Brand: ‘We Needed a Fashion-Startup Front Man, Not a Neon Orange Liability’

Andy Dunn, MBA ’07, cofounder of menswear brand Bonobos, discusses his approach to fashion prior to being CEO of the company.

Bloomberg Law

May 11, 2022
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Return-To-Office Plans Unravel as Workers Rebel in Tight Job Market

Courtesy faculty member Nicholas A. Bloom discusses the effects of hybrid work schedules on employee satisfaction and quitting rates.

Smithsonian Magazine

May 11, 2022
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What Do Pop Stars Have That One-Hit Wonders Don’t

Faculty member Justin M. Berg discusses how novelty and variety in artist portfolios impact the likelihood of mainstream success.

Computerworld

May 10, 2022
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Q&A: Why Video Calls Can Be Bad for Creativity

This article references research from faculty member Jonathan Levav to discuss limitations that virtual meetings can create for focus and creativity.

Science News

May 10, 2022
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Why It’s So Hard for a One-Hit Wonder to Have a Lasting Music Career

Faculty member Justin M. Berg discusses the effects that creativity and variety in artists’ portfolios can have on driving success.

Fortune

May 09, 2022
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High Hopes for the New UN Panel to Set Greenwashing Standards

Emeritus faculty member Stefan J. Reichelstein discusses how mandatory reporting can help keep stakeholders accountable for sustainability pledges.

Fast Company

May 09, 2022
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Premature Births Have Tripled in Ukraine. This Nonprofit Is Donating Portable Incubators

Jane Chen, MBA ’08, CEO and cofounder of Embrace Global, discusses the non-profit’s donation of portable incubators to Ukraine.

Poets&Quants

May 09, 2022
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We Asked MBAs How They Got into Top Schools. Here’s What They Told Us

Sophia Weng, MBA ’22, and Suhani Jalota, MBA ’22, share their unique perspectives on what makes for a successful MBA school application.

Quartz

May 09, 2022
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Why Apple Is Wrong to Dictate Which Days Employees Come to the Office

In this article, courtesy faculty member Nicholas A. Bloom shares his thoughts on Apple’s new hybrid work policy.

Bloomberg

May 06, 2022
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Andreessen’s Role in Musk-Twitter Bid Sets up Meta Conflict

Emeritus faculty member David F. Larcker shares his thoughts on Andreessen Horowitz’s investment in Twitter’s takeover and his connections to Meta.

Forbes India

May 06, 2022
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How Income Inequality Can Drive COVID Infections

In this article originally published by Stanford Business, faculty member Gabriel Weintraub discusses the response to public health measures in Chile.