When Joan Ganz Cooney applied the persuasive powers of television to the profound needs of pre-school children, she created an educational enterprise that now reaches around the world.
A Walk in the PARC: What missteps did Xerox take in transforming its computing research and innovations into viable commercial products?
What manufacturing, competitive, and economic issues led to the failure of the post World War II automobile company Tucker Corporation?
How did Fred Smith overcome a challenging set of regulatory, logistical, and financial forces to create one of the most exciting and successful companies that has changed the way the world does business?
What entrepreneurial ideas lead Muhammad Yunus to launch Grameen Bank?
What are the due diligence issues that must be considered before bidding on a risky acquisition of an office building?
Which analytic tools are needed for a financial analyst to evaluate the fundamentals of three urban real estate properties and propose an investment recommendation?
Mortgage for 1800 L Street: As a company considers bidding in an auction for a mortgage note at risk for becoming a nonperforming credit, what issues must be considered to create an offer?
During a time of unstable real estate valuations, how might the buyer of a Manhattan office building structure the acquisition, including leasing transactions, to maximize returns?