What must the CEO of a family-owned business consider as he decides whether or not to invite a second son to join his company?
Should the owners of an oil drilling operation pursue a high-risk strategy of exploring deep into unknown territory, or lease their land?
Can Korean-owned Hynix Semiconductor stay afloat without accepting US-based Micron Technology’s offer to acquire the company?
Would CEO James Gorman succeed in helping Morgan Stanley maintain its position as a preeminent financial institution during challenging times?
Was Siemens’s Executive Relationship Program sustainable in its current form?
How can a firm avoid a failed acquisition—i.e., one in which it does not recover its costs?
How might the son of the CEO of a medium-sized manufacturing firm succeed as his father’s successor?
When does corporate diversification and expansion enhance shareholder value?
In 2008, in the midst of a financial crisis and a credit freeze, how can a CFO of a private-label credit division convince others to pursue a bold acquisition plan?