Business

Innisfree M&A sues Twitter for $1.9 million, saying it hasn’t been paid for services in the months leading up to Elon Musk’s acquisition of the social-media platform. [...]
Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
Tesla has raised prices in the U.S. for its Model Y SUV. [...]
Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
Liberty Energy CEO rails against what he says is an alarmist call for a transition away from fossil fuels. [...]
Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
The results will shed light on the evolving state of the economy as companies face a streak of layoffs, consumers slow their spending, and the Fed works to quell inflation. [...]
Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
U.S. short seller Hindenburg Research’s allegations of fraud by the conglomerate owned by Indian billionaire Gautam Adani center on whether his family wielded influence over Mauritius-based investors. [...]
Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
Carriers, trying to meet strong travel demand, are looking to cast a wider net amid a shortage of aviators. [...]
Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
The U.S. added more than a half million jobs last month. Forecasters had expected less than 200,000. [...]
Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
Leaders from Meta, Apple, Ford and other companies talk about business and consumer spending, AI and hiring plans. [...]
Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
High prices and a lack of affordable models already were keeping some buyers away. Now, higher interest rates and falling used-car prices are alienating even more. [...]
Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
A jury rejected investor claims that Elon Musk violated federal securities law when he tweeted in 2018 about potentially taking Tesla private. [...]
Fri, Feb 03, 2023
Source: Wall Street Journal
We all know that creativity is the backbone of innovation and, ultimately, business success. But we don't always think deeply about how creative people get their ideas and the steps we might take to do the same. Gabriella Rosen Kellerman, a physician and chief product and chief innovation officer at [...]
Tue, Jan 31, 2023
Source: Harvard Business Review
By hosting the podcasts How I Built This and Wisdom from the Top, Guy Raz has won an inside look at how visionary leaders build their own careers and incredible companies. While many leaders have unique qualities that help them succeed, he has identified three behaviors that consistently rise to the surface. These [...]
Tue, Jan 24, 2023
Source: Harvard Business Review
It's the start of a fresh year, and optimism is in the air. But if you want happiness to extend far beyond your New Year's resolution, Robert Waldinger says you can take some inspiration from the longest-running study of happiness out there. He’s a psychiatrist who runs the Harvard Study [...]
Tue, Jan 10, 2023
Source: Harvard Business Review
Managing rapid growth is a huge challenge for young businesses. Even start-ups with glowing reviews and skyrocketing sales can fail. That’s because new ventures and corporate initiatives alike have to sustain profitability at scale, according to Harvard Business School senior lecturer Jeffrey Rayport. He has researched some of the biggest [...]
Tue, Dec 13, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
From corporate social responsibility to ESG to “doing well by doing good,” an increasing number of organizations are pursuing positive social impact, and it’s not just nonprofits and government agencies. But incorporating social impact into a for-profit business raises all kinds of system dilemmas, says Jacob Harold, a cofounder of [...]
Tue, Nov 29, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
Companies offer sponsorship programs to help a more diverse group of high performers and future leaders advance. But the efforts can often misfire. Herminia Ibarra, professor at London Business School, says that’s because these arranged developmental relationships can lack authenticity and meaningful paths for action. She explains the key distinctions [...]
Tue, Nov 15, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
The number of women—especially women of color—in leadership ranks at the world’s largest companies remains desperately small. Tina Opie, associate professor of management at Babson College, offers a new practice for women to lift each other up and fight systemic bias in the workplace, something she calls “shared sisterhood.” The [...]
Tue, Nov 01, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
The idea that maximizing shareholder value takes legal and practical precedence above all else first came to prominence in the 1970s. The person who arguably did the most to advance the idea was the business school professor Michael Jensen, who wrote in Harvard Business Review and elsewhere that CEOs pursue [...]
Thu, Oct 20, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
In the 1980s, Clayton Christensen cofounded a startup that took over a market niche from DuPont and Alcoa. That experience left Christensen puzzled. How could a small company with few resources beat rich incumbents? It led to his theory of disruptive innovation, introduced in the pages of Harvard Business Review in [...]
Thu, Oct 13, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review
No industry has had more impact than technology over the past few decades. Tech companies have changed the way we live, work, and interact with each other. They’ve helped us in a lot of ways, but they’ve also created some big problems. Kara Swisher is a journalist, entrepreneur, and host [...]
Tue, Oct 11, 2022
Source: Harvard Business Review

 

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