Steven Rattner spoke with reporters on Nov. 15 about GM's likely growth opportunities following the vehicle manufacturer's initial public offering
As a means of communication, the phone call is dying, soon to be replaced by a mix of text-based exchanges over e-mail, IM, and social networks. Pro or con?
On the brink of accepting an international bailout, the former economic superstar of Europe may be going the way of Greece
Two new proposals to get serious about the U.S. budget deficit are colliding with the same old dysfunctional politics
What to get a client, a cubemate, an assistant, and the boss
Reader Greg Bownik writes: "Colleges and universities that attempt to cut costs in order to compete have unknowingly joined the race to the bottom."
The co-chairs of the U.S. Debt Commission explain the thinking behind their $3.8 trillion fix for America's afflicted budget
Jobs and six-figure salaries are scarcer than they once were, and recruiters no longer as plentiful. To help grads find work, top B-schools are getting creative