After graduating second-to-last in his high school class, Jimmy John Liautaud began selling submarine sandwiches from a converted two-car garage. Two years ago, he sold most of Jimmy John's to a private equity firm in a deal that forced him to give up control. Can Jimmy John's thrive without Jimmy John behind the wheel?
Nearly a quarter-millennium after its publication, The Wealth of Nations has never seemed more prescient. As Trump deregulates, America's best corporations, led by the Just 100, are taking the public interest into their own hands—profitably
Despite the inclusion of technology in education and in industry, good management courses would still have programmes that focus on 'shaping the mind'
Integrated courses that initiate the race to an MBA after class 12 may be one way to avoid the mad scramble at the post-graduate stage, but they present their own set of problems