Should a global investment management firm get behind a new Israeli finance company led by a bold entrepreneur with an impressive, but short, track record?
Should a global integrated oil company make a large cash investment in a Russian natural gas company in order to seal the deal on an alliance?
How can a Brazilian bank remain profitable during a period of major economic policy changes?
Should General Motors' pension plan investment team adapt a low volatility strategy that, although attractive in many respects, contradicted generally accepted finance theory?
How does Motorola's decision to spinoff an unprofitable unit impact the conglomerate's overall strategy going forward?
How does one reposition a mature conglomerate best known as a petrochemical firm so that it can compete in a variety of business segments?
How had a Kenyan bank catering to the poor expanded so quickly, and could the financial institution continue growing after a post-2007 slowdown?
Should two entrepreneurs with a fledgling start-up consider a third-party equity investment, and if so, which strategy makes the most sense?
What are the most common reasons that firms fail, and what are the critical ingredients for a successful turnaround?