Greenhouse gas emissions could impact company stock value
January 25 2011 7:18 AM EST
Analysis finds that companies' greenhouse gas emissions have a definite impact on their valuations.
It’s not cost, but skills-gap that leads to offshoring: Duke Univ. study
January 21 2011 9:27 AM EST
Duke research suggests offshoring is more a result of the shortage of adequately skilled domestic employees, rather than the economic motive to cut costs.
Succession Mysteries Abound Top Tech Firms
January 19 2011 7:22 AM EST
A look at the unanswered question of leadership succession at three of the world's high-profile corporate organizations
'Men Buy, Women Shop': The Sexes Have Different Priorities When Walking Down the Aisles
January 14 2011 12:43 PM EST
When it comes to shopping, women are from Nordstrom's and men are from Sears. Women are happy to meander through sprawling clothing and accessory collections or detour through the shoe department.
Cleaning Up After a Tornado: Real Estate in 2010
January 14 2011 12:20 PM EST
Once the envy of most of the nation, Arizona's real estate industry has become a cautionary tale, and the new story of recovery in the real estate market is one of fits and starts.
Tech for social good: School of Information students at Berkeley show the way
January 13 2011 8:37 AM EST
An innovative course at the School of Information at UC Berkeley help students turn social entrepreneurs and make a real difference
How will your workplace look in 2011?
January 07 2011 1:20 PM EST
A few leading trends that could characterize jobs and work in 2011
5 MBA Headlines to carry into 2011
January 01 2011 5:20 AM EST
News from the world of MBA that could have a far-reaching impact
Cultural Quotient: How B-schools are adapting to the new MBA imperative
December 23 2010 9:27 AM EST
Business schools are increasingly focusing on developing a broad world view and tolerance for cultural differences in MBA participants in a variety of ways through their curricula and otherwise.
Talent top most concern among recruiters: Deloitte Study
December 21 2010 1:24 PM EST
For companies competing in the global marketplace, getting the right talent in the right place at the right time represents the most significant challenge today in terms of driving future growth.
Non-durables sector emerges as most women-friendly in corporate governance
December 14 2010 3:16 AM EST
The industry had the highest proportion of women in boardrooms in 2010 - at 18.1 percent.
Still a long walk for women to the boardroom
December 14 2010 3:15 AM EST
The most recent annual Census from Catalyst, based on a study of women's representation in boards and executive positions, shows that only 15.7% of seats in the boards of 497 among Fortune 500 companies were occupied by women.
Introverts too make great leaders, says Harvard researcher
December 07 2010 10:49 AM EST
Research from the Harvard Business School suggests that introverts too may be very effective leaders.
Glass ceiling intact in California
December 06 2010 10:42 AM EST
The sixth annual UC Davis Study of California Women Business Leaders, compiled by the University's Graduate School of Management, shows that men still hold roughly nine out of every 10 highest-paid management and board positions in 400 of California's largest public companies.