Computers are able to do many tasks, but people still outperform them at human interactions and complex decision-making. A new study suggests that successful companies take advantage of these capabilities.
With 14 million people out of work in the U.S., labor markets are receiving a lot of attention. Yale SOM's Lisa Kahn did groundbreaking work on the impact of graduating into a bad economy. She offers her take on what's happening now and what to expect.