Doing Well by Doing Good Marco Ghisolfi (CBS ’88), CEO of the Mossi Ghisolfi Group, leads an initiative to scale up the production of a more profitable biofuels product.
Should Maersk continue a strategy of aggressive price cutting or should consider raising service prices?
What criteria should the female founders of a New York City e-tailer startup use when selecting an investment partner?
In 2006, 1-800 CONTACT struck a deal with the private equity firm Fenway Partners to go from public to private—how did this deal benefit both parties?
Should the founders of a tech startup re-structure their convertible debt agreement?
Can Virgin America, an airline with stellar marks in customer satisfaction, achieve solid profitability without compromising its “hip, forward-looking approach” to airline travel?
How can students implement a party mapping technique to successfully manage coalitions?
In 2012, was Disney’s CEO engaging in “empire building” when he acquired Lucasfilm Ltd. or rather navigating the company on a solid strategic course?
How will the top management team at a Paris-based confectioner allocate a predetermined capital expenditure budget over several prospective projects?
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