November 14, 2017
Kathryn Lofton, professor of religious studies, American studies, and history, discusses her new book “Consuming Religion.”
A startup founded by by scientists Michel Devoret, Luigi Frunzio, and Robert Schoelkopf, has raised $18 million to build the first useful quantum computer.
A new spoils system based on state partisanship wouldn’t just poison our politics. It could also cripple our economic future.
November 13, 2017
Professor Shyam Sunder assesses some of the complications that arise when multinational corporations become implicated in political questions.
Russia's former minister of foreign economic relations discussed the challenges of establishing a market economy in that nation.
Fridman, co-founder of LetterOne, talked about his rise from humble beginnings and his role as a supporter of Jewish and other causes.
November 10, 2017
The assignment was simple: Walk up to a stranger with a paperclip and convince him or her to trade it for something bigger and better. Then keep trading upward.
November 7, 2017
James Choi discusses how the proposed changes by Republican lawmakers in the way most 401(k) plans are taxed might alter the way people save for retirement.
Mena Cammett reflects on how she accelerated her career through the Silver Scholars Program, which lets ambitious students start an MBA right after college.
November 6, 2017
The second Yale SOM-Sequoia Leadership Program was held Oct. 28-31 at Yale Center Beijing.