Regulators will have to evaluate if the merger will reduce — or strengthen — competition, said Harvard Business School professor Leemore S. Dafny. “Consumers, myself included, want to make sure regulators are really carefully assessing what could be the benefits [of the merger],” she said.
Clayton M. Christensen's seminal book, The Innovator's Dilemma, helped ignite the idea of innovative disruption. His Harvard Business School colleagues have been adding to innovation research ever sin ... Read more
Tom Nicholas, a professor at Harvard Business School, begins the story in the 1800s when risky whaling expeditions to the North Pacific from New England seaports were financed by profit-sharing agreem ... Read more
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Many brands continue to underestimate the importance of emotional intelligence despite the positive impact it can have on a company’s bottom line, according to a new report from Harvard Business Schoo ... Read more
Sheelah Kolhatkar on the documentary film “American Factory,” directed by Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert, which chronicles the death of a G.M. assembly plant in Ohio and its difficult rebirth as the ... Read more