With more young people reading the old-fashioned way, Jennifer Dwork '14 relies on social media and content engagement to reach Book of the Month customers.
Stephen Doberstein is senior vice president and chief scientific officer at a biotech firm that is developing an opioid designed to offer pain relief without the feeling of euphoria that can lead to addiction.
Climate change, industrial agriculture, and a population boom all point to one thing: a global food shortage.
Robert F. Smith ’94 shares insights about his approach to philanthropy, the future of the School, and his hopes for his legacy.
John Crotty ’96 works with community gardens in the Bronx to produce The Bronx Hot Sauce.
Sallie Krawcheck ’92, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest, shares her main tip for women on investing. Krawcheck’s new book, Own It: The Power of Women at Work, is out now.
A combination of passionate producers and changing consumer tastes is reshaping the world of food.
Jon Steinberg ’03, founder and CEO of Cheddar, explains why cable is “not satisfactory for the consumer.”