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“I think of a lot of ideas at traffic lights,” Sara Blakely, CEO of SPANX, told students. “I pay attention to things that haven’t evolved and why."
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Stanford Business 14h
Would you be able to realize your dreams without the support of others? Sadhna Gupta explains why “carrying the water” can help women from all socioeconomic backgrounds. This video is part of the LOWkeynotes program. Watch more LOWkeynotes here:
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Stanford Business Jun 21
According to new Stanford research, health insurance pools suffer when people use it to pay for medical bills, then drop their coverage.
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Stanford Business Jun 21
"A lot of people want to start big and think big and oftentimes get ahead of themselves. That can end wildly successful, but it can also cause a lot of problems," says Sara Blakely, CEO .
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Stanford Business Jun 21
Which dynamic business leaders do you look up to?
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Stanford Business Jun 20
"There’s a lot of misconception among policymakers about what VCs do and what innovation really is," says Professor Ilya Strebulaev.
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Stanford Business Jun 20
Professor Anat Admati hopes to make Stanford GSB a better citizen of the world.
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Stanford Business Jun 20
The old practice of making bank manager personally liable for bad investments used to help banks perform better. Could a revival of those practices help banks today?
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Stanford Business Jun 19
Linda Ampah, a Ghanaian entrepreneur, completed the Seed Transformation Program in 2014. Now, her company employs 130 workers, many of them recruited from Accra’s streets and trained in-house.
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Stanford Business Jun 19
A sleeper provision in the new tax code might be just what struggling communities need.
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Stanford Business Jun 18
Missed the Commencement livestream? Catch up on the ceremony here:
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Stanford Business Jun 18
Could examining corporate internships help put an end to wage disparity and other forms of bias?
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Stanford University Jun 17
Watch Stanford’s 127th Commencement on Facebook Live, beginning at 9:30 a.m. PT.
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Stanford Business Jun 16
"Congratulations again to the Class of 2018!" –Carlos Brito, MBA ’89, CEO of
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Stanford Business Jun 16
“Today, you join them. And if you bet on people...and constantly seek out that higher motivation, like the long line of graduates carrying on the GSB tradition, then you too will leave your mark on the world.” –Carlos Brito, MBA ’89, CEO of
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Stanford Business Jun 16
“Everyday, GSB alumni are building new industries from the ground up; bringing new life to iconic companies, restoring our faith in public service; rethinking the way we fight poverty, eradicate disease, combat climate change and educate our kids” –Carlos Brito, MBA ’89
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Stanford Business Jun 16
“It is a great gift to have people you care so much about that you don’t want to disappoint them. Am I excited to tell them about my work? Will they be proud of my decisions 10 or 20 years from now?” –Carlos Brito, MBA ’89, CEO of
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Stanford Business Jun 16
“And that’s not all. A higher order motivation will provide you a North Star, a reference point – that will get you down the right path and make it easy for you to do the right thing, even when the right thing is hard.” –Carlos Brito, MBA ’89, CEO of
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Stanford Business Jun 16
“A higher order of motivation is not only about you but about other people and the world around you. If you want to accomplish something extraordinary, a big dream, you have to choose that higher order of motivation.” –Carlos Brito, MBA ’89, CEO of
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Stanford Business Jun 16
“By being challenged we all learn more about ourselves, about our inner potential and about what we can realize. We live only once and it is a waste to go through life without ever realizing one’s full potential.” –Carlos Brito, MBA ’89, CEO of
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