How had a Kenyan bank catering to the poor expanded so quickly, and could the financial institution continue growing after a post-2007 slowdown?
As a US entertainment company seeks to build a theme park in China, what negotiating skills may help the two sides reach an agreement?
Did the buyer of a 50 percent equity stake in a defaulted firm make a good investment?
Should a team of investors, under pressure to enter a $4.5 million "bad boy" guarantee, acquire a warehousing company in Argentina?
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?