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Writing in The Conversation, Professor Erik Gordon argues that an ambitious statement doesn't amount to much.
Writing in The Hill, Professor Erik Gordon argues the automaker is right to focus on the future.
Writing in Harvard Business Review, Professor Erik Gordon notes that high-profile leaders can have significant down sides.
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.
Writing in The Hill, Professor Erik Gordon notes that both the companies and the government looked like losers in the judge’s ruling.
Professor Erik Gordon and Lecturer Marcus Collins explain the difficulties ahead for companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Erik Gordon says Uber’s experience proves that growth is hard to come by in China for foreign companies.