Media commentary suggests that Russia is using its energy resources to hold the rest of the world hostage. To the contrary, write Yale SOM’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld and Steven Tian, Russia’s actions have devastated its own economy and undermined its status as an energy exporter.
The age of the video call has arrived, just as science fiction predicted. Scott Wharton ’95, who leads video collaboration at Logitech, talks about the potential of videoconferencing and the steps needed to make it ubiquitous.
President Trump has imposed a series of tariffs, raising tensions with allies and prompting other countries to respond in kind. We asked Yale SOM’s Peter K. Schott, who studies how firms and workers respond to globalization, to assess the current climate.
A change to European privacy rules has unleashed a flood of emails about updated privacy policies to customers all over the world. We asked Yale SOM’s David Bach why.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld says the CEOs of AT&T and Novartis were right to respond swiftly and directly to their companies’ connection to the scandal around Michael Cohen.
We asked faculty and experts across the Global Network for Advanced Management about the potential benefits and risks of Bitcoin and blockchain.
Doing business in a developing country isn’t the same as in an advanced economy. Get creative about data and be resilient, advises Hakeem Belo-Osagie.
Smart machines, flexible teams, business as a platform: Deloitte principal Jeff Schwartz ’87 offers a sneak peek at the future of work.
Yale SOM’s David Bach writes the independence movement in Catalonia reflects a widespread rejection of the political establishment.
Taken together, the countries of Southeast Asia would be the world’s fifth largest economy. Curtis Chin ’90 explores the business and development opportunities there.
Big data alone will not solve a single problem but combined with smart questions and effective tools it could launch a new age of discovery.