The Trump administration is reportedly planning to limit immigration for skilled workers in order to boost employment for domestic workers. Yale SOM’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld writes that such a move would stifle innovation and even endanger Americans’ health.
- A study by Yale SOM’s Song Ma shows that companies tend to invest in startups when they are struggling, in order to gain access to innovation and shore up an area of weakness.
- Brendan Kennedy ’05, a founder of leading cannabis investor Privateer Holdings, talks about where the industry is going.
- Dr. Greg Licholai, a biotech entrepreneur and a lecturer at Yale SOM, explains the gene-editing technology’s potential and its dangers.
- Venture capital investments in more racially integrated cities are more effective, producing more innovation and economic growth. Yale SOM’s Olav Sorenson explains why that might be.
- Serial entrepreneur Brad Hargreaves YC ’08 talked with Yale SOM’s Jennifer McFadden ’08 about how to turn a hunch into a business opportunity.
- 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.
- Today, many young people are forgoing careers at established firms to join startups. Yale SOM’s Olav Sorenson investigated whether they are making the right financial choice.
- Smart machines, flexible teams, business as a platform: Deloitte principal Jeff Schwartz ’87 offers a sneak peek at the future of work.
- A new study suggests that mixing people of diverse backgrounds leads to more innovation and more economic growth.
Katie Rae ’97, who runs an incubator and an investment firm, on finding the next great startup.