Harvard Business School has established a program documenting the evolution of business in Latin America, South Asia, Africa, and Turkey over the last four decades. At its core are interviews by the School’s faculty with leaders or former leaders of firms and NGOs, many on video, which address pivotal moments of corporate transition in the ever-evolving global world. They provide unique insights on the role, opportunities, and challenges of business leadership. The interviews also contain compelling new evidence and perspectives on innovation, the globalization of firms and brands based in emerging markets, entrepreneurship, family business, and the environmental and social responsibilities of business. This rich new resource points to broader strategies for business leaders to navigate economic, societal, and political shifts. Emphasizing ways that businesses can create value for their societies, the program is a unique source for comparative research and teaching on business in emerging markets across the globe.