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Facebook Live: Profs. Metrick and Bach Answer Questions on ‘Brexit’

June 24th, 2016

Have questions about Brexit? Join us for a Facebook Live conversation about Brexit and its implications for markets and politics with David Bach, Senior Associate Dean for Executive MBA and Global Programs, and Andrew Metrick, Deputy Dean and Michael H. Jordan Professor of Finance and Management.

Global Network Experts Weigh in on ‘Brexit’ Vote

June 23rd, 2016

Should they stay or should they go?

What Would a 'Brexit' Mean for Europe?

June 20th, 2016

Europe stands at a crossroads ahead of the June 23 vote in Britain on whether to remain a part of or leave the European Union. A Brexit could trigger similar movements in other EU countries—in the Netherlands, for instance—and result in a major reshuffling of European politics. ESMT Berlin President Jörg Rocholl says severe consequences would be felt in three major ways.

Featured Startup Friday: Hugo & Hoby

June 17th, 2016

Hugo & Hoby is an e-commerce furniture company dedicated to sustainability, domestic manufacture, and scalable craftsmanship.  Founded by Yale SOM alumni Fred Kukelhaus ‘16 and Ben Young ‘16, these two friends and roommates have partnered with

Viacom's board brawl

June 17th, 2016

Discussing the Viacom board saga and what it can teach other companies with Edmund Lee, Recode Managing Editor, and Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Studies at Yale School of Management.

Featured Startup Friday: Squeakly

June 17th, 2016

Squeakly was founded in late spring of 2016 by Yale SOM students Judd Lorson, ‘17, and Svitozar Omelko, ‘17.  They are an independent third party review service that visits apartments you are interested in renting.

How Do You Enforce Antitrust Law in a Global Marketplace?

June 16th, 2016

In 1890, the U.S. Congress passed the Sherman Act, the first modern antitrust law.

Student Entrepreneurs: Hugo & Hoby

June 14th, 2016

A student startup aims to build affordable, high-quality, sustainable furniture—and finance new designs through crowdfunding.

Do cameras distract you from the moment?

June 14th, 2016

It turns out, taking photos of your food actually heightens enjoyment

Investors Far Gloomier Than Facts Justify

June 13th, 2016

Investor fears are being exacerbated by reports of poor market returns, according to a recent study. The pessimism is almost certainly hurting their investments. Simon Constable explains.

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