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Rashmi Menon discusses the value of starting over in entrepreneurship.
Lecturer Jim Price offers guidance for would-be entrepreneurs.
A new book by Michigan Ross Lecturer Jim Price addresses "20 questions every entrepreneur should ask."
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Erik Gordon explains how the history of leveraged buyouts could have predicted this outcome.
Writing in The Hill, Professor Erik Gordon says that if the carmaker goes private, it won’t be able to challenge the Big Three.
On “Work and Life With Stew Friedman,” Professor Sue Ashford discusses effective strategies for thriving in the new economy.
Research by Professor Francine Lafontaine and colleagues finds that franchising is just as risky as independent ownership.
Professor Michael Gordon writes in The Conversation about how social entrepreneurs are transforming journalism.