Millions of Americans will take advantage of economist Leemore Dafny’s research on competition when they enroll in a new system this fall to buy health insurance.
Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile US Inc., through their proposed merger, gain a chance to ditch baggage associated with Sprint’s past stumbles while conveying the message that they’re focused on growth.
Sears is running out of ways to address its cash drain.
Harvard University named Richard Hall as head of the endowment’s private equity portfolio, replacing Lane MacDonald, who left to manage money for the Johnson family, owners of Fidelity Investments.
When the late Robert Pritzker ran Marmon Group LLC, his family’s conglomerate, he gave the managers of its major units his phone number.
Janice Eberly, the U.S. Treasury’s chief economist, is leaving the department this week.
A relentless focus on everyday low prices helped Wal-Mart Stores Inc. become the world’s largest retailer. The strategy hasn’t been working in Brazil.
Janice Eberly, a finance professor at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, was confirmed by the Senate to be the Treasury Department’s chief economist.
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