Archive for August, 2010

Barron’s: No Drilling? No Problem: Plumbing the Depths

Barron’s: No Drilling? No Problem: Plumbing the Depths

From Barron’s, Aug. 15, 2010: You don’t have to drill too deep to find intriguing plays on the Gulf’s oil spill—just go to school. Tulane University professor Peter Ricchiuti and […]

August 15, 2010 ×

Honors students are on the case

It’s not that unusual for business students to read cases on companies like Google, General Electric and Time-Warner in their management classes. What is a little unusual is for the […]

August 9, 2010 ×
CEOs’ zeal for acquisitions flags when their own money is at stake, Freeman researcher says

CEOs’ zeal for acquisitions flags when their own money is at stake, Freeman researcher says

Corporate-acquisition activity has been in the doldrums, and the finger of blame has tended to be pointed at investors. In the prevailing view, CEOs are typically empire builders, willing and […]

August 2, 2010 ×