New Haven, Conn., June 8, 2005—As Wall Street bulls and bears debate whether CEO actions are a good indicator of the direction of our uncertain economy, 100 world-renowned chief executives, policy makers, and academics will gather at the 51st CEO Summit of The Chief Executive Leadership Institute of the Yale School of Management to discuss their own leadership choices. The conference, entitled "Is Sustainable High Performance Really a Myth?" will be the inaugural event at the new World Headquarters of Bloomberg LP in New York City June 9 and 10, 2005. Conference sponsors include: UPS, Accenture, ArcaEx, Bloomberg News, RHR International, and Russell Reynolds Associates.
New Haven, Conn., May 9, 2005—President Bush recently announced his proposal for Social Security solvency through "progressive indexing," or benefit cuts to future generations of retirees. This is indicative of the ongoing reform debates, which have viewed bankruptcy and benefits as necessary trade offs. A new paper from the Yale School of Management outlines an economic model for a solvent system that keeps payouts, and the promised safety net for retirees, intact.
New Haven, Conn., May 3, 2005—Regulation Fair Disclosure (FD) prohibits U.S. firms from disclosing information to only a select few analysts, instead requiring disclosures to the public. Although the Securities and Exchange Commission enacted Regulation FD with the aim of improving the quality of information reaching the market to help level the playing field between investors and analysts, it may have the opposite effect according to a new study.