Two weeks after assuming the chairmanship of the Tata Group, Ratan Tata faced a labor strike, death threats, and stabbings of his management team. Here, he describes how he remained unbowed.
When Henry David Thoreau famously opined that most men lead lives of quiet desperation, he may as well have been talking about middle managers. Ray Fisman, a Chazen senior scholar and author of a new book, serves up plain talk about why your company is so darned dysfunctional.
A new survey of business leaders around the globe reveals deep suspicion about the ability of government to handle economic problems.
Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, says the glass ceiling is only part of the gender inequality problem. The broader question: do women have the same opportunities to participate in labor markets in the first place?
Five years after Lehman Brothers collapsed, no one in the United States or Europe can claim that prosperity has returned, says Joseph E. Stiglitz, a Nobel Laureate and University Professor at Columbia University.
For emerging markets, nirvana is over; but, in some cases, their citizens have no inkling of the suffering that may be upon them, says the former finance minister of Chile and a visiting professor at Columbia University.
You may think you know the world’s largest continent as a place of spotty governance and unreliable infrastructure. But there are pockets of progress that represent real opportunity for forward-thinking investors.
Yes, networking can be awkward — especially in a global setting. Get sage advice on how to handle common dilemmas in international careers, including negotiating a top comp package.
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