Social media provides impetus for political polarization.
The hostility between global powers must end.
Innovation, disruption, and divergence. These are the virtues which have propelled Silicon Valley to success and mobilized the most prolific tech-companies who emerge from the hub.
In the world of crypto, where the smart money goes, the dumb money follows.
The authors, both fourth year Queen’s Commerce students, are appreciative of the extracurricular and professional experiences that the program has offered them.
A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of sitting down with Robbie Mitchnick, COMM ’13 and current Stanford MBA candidate. After Queen’s, Robbie spent 3 years at CPP Investment Board, during which he also co-founded the Naughty Otter beer brand.
Amid a turbulent political environment, exhibited by a turn towards populism and an increasingly hostile relationship with Russia, the European Union (E.U.) faces the looming task of proving itself effective in securing the safety and well-being of member countries’ citizens.
For the Love of Money is an autobiographical account of Sam Polk’s ascension to the bastions of high finance — and the slow realization that it may not provide a fulfilling and well-rounded life, despite the financial incentives.
The American experience has largely been shaped by visionaries’ commercial interests and expansive corporate efforts. From Standard Oil and John D. Rockefeller to the rise of IBM and GE, the corporation has always maintained a consistent presence in the life of the average American.
Zero to One reads as both Thiel’s critique of current socio-technological models as well as advice and guidance into starting a successful business.
King of Capital is a vivid recount of Blackstone’s evolution through its early challenges and investments into a top Wall Street fund, backed by billions from global institutional investors.