Automotive

STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS—What will it take for major world powers to move toward environmentally friendly technology such as electric cars and clean coal? Professor Robert A. Burgelman and Andrew S. Grove, a lecturer in management and former chairman of Intel, have been researching —...
What makes some businesses sprout, grow, adapt, and succeed, while most never get off the ground? Researchers in the growing field of organizational ecology say it is not enough to study the companies that thrive. Answers lie in the stories of failure. STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS—Bitten...
Why a Ferrari May Make Imported Wine Seem Expensive STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS  - Imagine browsing Ferrari's web page before going to dinner at a restaurant. Could viewing the expensive cars make you perceive prices at the restaurant as more costly than you otherwise would have? An...
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS—Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Nissan and Renault, is not standing still. He talks fast. He may be thinking even faster. On his appearance at the student-run View from the Top leadership speakers series November 16, his rapid-fire thoughts on cars, global alliances, and...
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS —Ford Motor Company President and CEO Alan Mulally recently gave Stanford Graduate School of Business students an offer they couldn't refuse - putting themselves into the driver's seat of the second-largest car company in the United States.       Before his...
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS - Believers in free market capitalism were appalled when the U.S. government spent $82 billion to bail out General Motors and Chrysler. But the money was well spent, saving an important U.S. industry and averting a national economic catastrophe, asserted the...
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS -- The electric car, a vehicle that was practically gone before it arrived, is anything but dead, Carlos Ghosn, the widely celebrated CEO of both Nissan and Renault, told a Stanford Graduate School of Business audience By the end of 2010, we can expect to see...