In the Media

Bringing Light to the Grey Gconomy

Cites research conducted by Rafael La Porta in an article about the impact that an informal economy versus a formal economy can have on a country due to tax losses. “In poor countries the average formal firm employs 126 people,...

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Pro: Samsung Can Survive Phone Crisis

As a guest on CNBC's “Power Lunch,” Paul Argenti discusses Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 crisis and where the company stands in terms of damage control. “I’m not worried about the company surviving, but the product is another...

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Two Ways to Break into India’s Consumer...

An opinion piece co-authored by Vijay Govindarajan about how multinational companies can enter the market in India by leveraging the county’s supply chain and taking advantage of its growing e-commerce. “Nimble global consumer...

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Surveillance: Gross Says Job Report Won’t Bar...

As a guest on "Bloomberg Surveillance," Peter Fisher talks about the U.S. economy. "We wish we had more of an acceleration in this recovery. We wish we were doing better in some terms, but we're doing pretty well especially...

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Vogel: Housing Bonds

In his latest VPR interview, John Vogel discusses how the solution to the housing problem in Vermont may be housing bonds—taking advantage of Vermont’s high credit rating and today’s incredibly low interest rates.

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Why the Best Leaders Want Their Superstar Employees...

Sydney Finkelstein explains how an organization can become more resilient, sustainable and successful over the long term by letting top performers leave. “To win big, we can no longer afford to keep our best talent to...

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5 Ways Smart Leaders Ruin Companies

Cites research by Sydney Finkelstein, where him and his colleagues studied 51 of the business world’s most notorious failures—interviewing CEOs and people from all levels. “He and his team found that the poor decisions these...

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Four Quotes from the First Clinton-Trump Debate, Explained

Emily Blanchard participates in an analysis of last night's presidential debate at Hofstra University. "Trade—together with technology—has undeniably reshaped the American labor market over the past decade, partly at the...

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What Happens When a Business Goes Before Congress

As a guest on CNBC's Power Lunch, Sydney Finkelstein discusses what it means to a company when it gets called to testify before Congress. “When you go to a Congressional testimony you know what’s happening, you know exactly...

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How to Be a ‘Superboss’ (or Hire Like...

As a guest on WNYC’s “Money Talking,” Sydney Finkelstein talks about what qualities make a boss a “superboss” and why their hiring practices can make for a better workplace. Finkelstein also addresses the question, “is...

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Make America Great Again—Invest in High-Skilled Immigrants

Cites the paper, “High-Skilled Immigration and the Rise of Stem Occupations in U.S. Employment,” co-authored by Dean Matthew Slaughter in an article about the importance of hiring high-skilled foreign workers for the growth of...

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Peter Fisher: There Must Be Some Angst at...

As a guest on "Bloomberg Markets," Peter Fisher discusses how a divided Federal Reserve left its policy interest rate unchanged to await more evidence of progress toward its goals. “I think there is a bigger issue that they have...

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