Business

The vaccine maker reduced its 2022 guidance to a maximum of $2.3 billion, down from its previous estimate for as much as $5 billion. [...]
Mon, Aug 08, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
The FAA signed off on a new production regime for the twin-aisle aircraft after a prolonged halt, saying Boeing has made the necessary changes to ensure the Dreamliners meet certification standards. [...]
Mon, Aug 08, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
Disparities among male and female college graduates appeared within three years, even for those receiving the same degree from the same school, a WSJ analysis of federal data for 2015 and 2016 graduates shows. [...]
Mon, Aug 08, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
When Asian semiconductor makers make dramatic advances, there’s often a common element: Berkeley-educated Liang Mong Song. [...]
Mon, Aug 08, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
Through its Lyft Media unit, the ride-hailing company plans to offer more ads inside cars, on its app and at bike-share stations. [...]
Mon, Aug 08, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
Rather than risk selling shares at lower prices in new fundraising rounds, a growing number of venture capital-backed startups are extending previous rounds—in some cases, extending ones that appeared closed over a year ago. [...]
Mon, Aug 08, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
The legislative clock is ticking down on a bill that would block the largest tech companies from favoring their own products and services. [...]
Mon, Aug 08, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
Copper mining company Oz Minerals rejected a takeover approach by BHP, which is seeking to boost its output of a metal needed for electric vehicles, wind turbines and solar farms. [...]
Mon, Aug 08, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
China, seeking to catch up to the U.S. in autonomous driving cars, has been increasingly active in setting up regulations that allow such vehicles on public roads. [...]
Mon, Aug 08, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
The acquisition would broaden the Atlanta-based transportation giant’s operations in Europe and Latin America. [...]
Sun, Aug 07, 2022
Source: Wall Street Journal
Around the world, we've become increasingly cynical about other people, public institutions, and corporations. In Edelman's 2022 Trust Barometer, nearly 60% of respondents across 27 countries reported that their default is to distrust. And that's very bad for business, says Stanford University associate professor of psychology Jamil Zaki. He says [...]
Tue, Aug 02, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
For many of us, uncertainty is nerve-wracking. However, many of our best achievements and meaningful experiences come from a trying time of ambiguity. INSEAD professor Nathan Furr and entrepreneur Susannah Harmon Furr argue that uncertainty and possibility are two sides of the same coin. By learning to welcome and cope [...]
Tue, Jul 26, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Despite the investments made in the last few years, many companies are falling short of their diversity, equity, and inclusion aims. Some firms have faced difficulty spreading their DEI efforts top-down throughout the organization. Trier Bryant, the cofounder and CEO of Just Work, details why and shares a framework that [...]
Tue, Jun 14, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Kathryn Judge, a finance professor at Columbia Law School, is troubled by the rise of intermediary platforms between products and services and the customers who eventually purchase them. Thanks to technology and globalization, she shows how the importance of “middlemen” in the value chain has increased, along with the length [...]
Tue, Jun 07, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
We’re all prone to procrastinate. We feel guilty about it. And yet, we still do it. Alice Boyes, a former clinical psychologist and author, says breaking the habit is more than simply a matter of discipline. She explains the different causes of procrastination and shares three approaches to beat it: [...]
Tue, May 03, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Not everyone likes everything about their job all the time. But we know from research that people who are energized by at least parts of their work perform better – and feel a greater sense of well-being. So there’s a huge benefit when teams and organizations encourage employees to spend [...]
Thu, Apr 28, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Most managers today are overwhelmed. Thanks to rapid technological change, flattening hierarchies, agile work, and new attitudes about talent, they have to do more than ever. Lynda Gratton, professor at London Business School and the founder of HSM, points to a few ways we can solve the problem: by [...]
Tue, Apr 26, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
A lot of us are feeling unhappy and disengaged at work – and that started long before the pandemic. A big part of the problem, says Marcus Buckingham, is that we don’t take the initiative to do more of the tasks that we truly love. After identifying what most energizes [...]
Thu, Apr 21, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Deborah Ancona, a professor at MIT Sloan School of Management, and Dennis Perkins, CEO of The Syncretics Group, have researched how family dynamics play out in the workplace. They say people often revert to childhood patterns at work. By applying a concept from psychology known as family systems theory, managers [...]
Tue, Apr 19, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
At a time when 41% of us are considering quitting our jobs, it’s time for us to understand why and what we can do about it. In this special series from HBR, we’re looking at how to craft your current job around the work you really love. In this episode, we’ll [...]
Thu, Apr 14, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review

 

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