In their latest Forbes Why Not? column, Barry Nalebuff and Ian Ayres argue that conventional retirement savings advice—starting off heavily invested in stocks at age 25 and working down to a bond-heavily portfolio by 65--is a bad strategy.
"…Economists Austan Goolsbee and Judith Cheavlier, in a study of more than a thousand colleges, found that the year before a textbook is revised, new-book sales drop sharply. That's because a textbook in its final year is significantly less valuable, since you won't be able to resell it."
Martin Shubik and Martin Whitman have published an updated version of their classic book The Aggressive Conservative Investor (Wiley Investment Classics). The book, which emphasizes financial integrity, was first published in 1979.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld was featured twice on CNBC’s “On the Money.” He commented on Bush’s leadership repair strategy and debated the White House comeback struggle with David Gergen and John Fund of the Wall Street Journal.
New Haven, Conn., November 7, 2005--The Yale University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Yale School of Management (SOM) have announced a new offering, one of the first programs of its kind: a joint M.B.A./Ph.D. degree