James Firestone ’78, president of corporate strategy and Asia operations for Xerox, talks about building a new business out of an iconic brand.
Three major insurers have pulled out of the Affordable Care Act's healthcare exchanges, prompting concerns about the exchanges’ long-term sustainability. Yale’s Fiona Scott Morton and Howard Forman discuss the state of Obamacare and what it needs to thrive.
Diversification means that in many industries, companies are owned by an overlapping set of investors, reducing their incentive to compete.
Daniel Weiss ’85, president of the Met, discusses the challenges of changing with the times while preserving the past.