Brazil

Hazelnut presentation in classroom at Rio 2.0 conference
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS — Twenty years ago this June, the United Nations convened a conference in Rio de Janeiro that came to be seen as a watershed moment in what is widely called “sustainable development.”  Representatives of 172 governments and more than 2,000 non-governmental...
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS—Borders restrict the free flow of people, goods and ideas, confining small nations with relatively fewer resources or markets while benefiting large countries with access to greater pools of capital, ideas, and buyers. Redrawing maps has affected economic...
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS — Increased competition and falling prices of its signature products will nick this year’s financial results for Cosan, one of the world’s top growers and processors of sugarcane and ethanol. However, the Brazilian company will continue to work toward “...