20 Jul 2010
BOSTON—The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act slated to be signed this week by U.S. President Barack Obama has been called the most sweeping set of rules for banks and Wall Street since the Great Depression. But what do several Harvard Business School faculty experts who conduct research on financial markets and regulation and who, in many cases, have held leadership positions in the financial sector, think about the bill and its intended and unintended consequences? Read more.
19 Jul 2010
In six weeks, Michael Henry will begin his senior year at Morehouse College following a summer internship at Google. Ana Maria Silva will return to Florida International University in the fall after a summer stint promoting programs offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Both students will also bring with them business and leadership lessons learned from a weeklong experience at Harvard Business School's Summer Venture in Management (SVMP) program. Read more.