New Haven, Conn., February 2, 2006--Bright Horizons and CarMax, two companies headed and founded by Yale SOM alumni, have once again been recognized by Fortune Magazine's annual ranking of the "100 Best Companies to Work For." Linda Mason '80 is chairman of Bright Horizons, which she co-founded with Roger Brown '82 (now president of the Berklee College of Music). Austin Ligon '80 is president and CEO of CarMax.
Will Goetzmann was one of several experts to comment on what impact the demise of defined benefit plans would have on various asset classes in Pensions & Investments. Goetzmann discussed alternative assets.
New Haven, Conn., January 31, 2006—When it comes to investments, people should take out a retirement mortgage says Barry Nalebuff, the Milton Steinbach Professor of Management. Listen to Professor Nalebuff's commentary "Investing on Credit" from the January 30, 2006 edition of Marketplace.