It finally happened. The European Central Bank announced withdrawal of 500-euro ($564) banknote. What is the real impact of this decision?
The European Central Bank (ECB) announced yesterday a cut of the interest rates to a historical 0.00% – among other measures. What impact could these decisions have on the European economy?
After the Mobile World Congress, let me share with you what I consider the five “take aways” to take into account. Find out how 5G, internet.org, the Internet of Things, virtual reality and mobile connect are changing the future for consumers and companies alike…
Cultivating and caring for your company’s brand is key to driving your company’s profitability. IESE Professor Xavier Oliver explains why.
The United States has lifted its ban on oil exports for the first time in 40 years. What is going on?
The Chinese Stock Exchange has been making headlines around the world as we head into 2016. Pedro Nueno, IESE Professor of Entrepreneurship and President of the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), shares his thoughts on what’s causing the turbulence; and on what the outlook for China’s economy might be.
Why Multi-Party Negotiations tend to fail: The UN Climate Change Conference, Paris 2015.
Núria Mas, profesor of Economics, Analyzes the situation in the world’s second largest economy.
What circumstances justify a whistleblower´s actions within a company? IESE professor Antonino Vaccaro offers insight on managing whistleblowing ethically.
When appointed CEO of Volkswagen, Mathias Müller stated that his first priority was to win back the trust in that many had placed in Volkswagen. In this, third posting on this topic, I would like to offer Mr. Müller some unsolicited advice on how to do that.