How does a firm that thrives on individualism and entrepreneurship maintain its culture during a time of global growth?
When the inventor of an investment model sues a U.S. bank for breaking a joint-venture agreement, what should the court decide, based on expert financial analysis from both parties?
When an entrepreneurial African business is offered a loan requiring dollar-denominated payments, should the owners accept the terms and ensuing risks?
After a one-time success story became the emerging markets' largest defaulting obligor, what different choices might its management and bankers have made?
Should Vinataxi, a radio taxi service in Ho Chi Minh City, reshape its marketing strategy after a surge of new competition?
Which operational strategy will take a seed-funded technology venture beyond its prototype phase?
After a Korean automaker experiences a US sales decline amid a reputation for poor quality, how can it overcome its early missteps?
A private US real estate investment firm is considering its largest development deal in China yet, but how reasonable are its assumptions and does it have reliable and sufficient information?
As 100,000 prime acres in Argentina's Patagonia region are put up for sale, how might the owner of the land and the bidders achieve their individual goals?