Startup Yale showcases a more inclusive vision of entrepreneurship

April 9, 2018

April 16-20, Startup Yale will bring together Yale’s biggest entrepreneurship awards over five days of pitches, prizes, events, and world-changing ideas.

New student conferences tackle issues at the nexus of business and society

April 6, 2018

SOM student-led conferences have focused on the business of menstruation, legalized cannabis, educational leadership, and more.

Forbes names alumnus Neil Shen leading venture capitalist in the world

April 5, 2018

The magazine put Shen at the top of its 2018 Midas List, an annual ranking of the best dealmakers in high-tech and life science venture capital.

Does metal use slow when a country’s wealth grows? Maybe not, study shows

April 4, 2018

A Yale-led study of 43 large economies shows that GDP remains closely linked with metal use as affluence grows, contrary to theories of increased thrift.

New student-managed investment fund will provide hands-on experience

March 29, 2018

The Investment Management Club worked with Yale SOM to create the student-run fund, which has been created with an initial investment of $500,000.

Choi, who popularized automatic retirement saings, on their impact

March 28, 2018

Automatic enrollment into retirement accounts boosts savings, but can harm budgets in the short term, argues Yale SOM’s James Choi.

Five questions Facebook’s leaders still need to face

March 27, 2018

Facebook’s real problem is that CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg still don’t know how to fix the company’s underlying problems.

The Trump boom is making it harder to see the next recession

March 27, 2018

We really can’t foresee where the economy will be heading in a year or two, a limitation that is particularly troubling right now.

SOM alum's program aims to eliminate maternal mortality

March 23, 2018

An interview with Mary-Ann Etiebet, who is a graduate of SOM and the med school, about her work to reduce maternal mortality.

SOM Insights: Do we know when we’re headed for a crash?

March 19, 2018

Negative media coverage of markets can play a role in investment decisions, according to a new paper by professors from the Yale School of Management.