The November issue of Stanford Business has just come out. Read it online at www.gsb.stanford.edu/
news/bmag.

A Season of Scandal

It has happened before; it probably will happen again. But this time, corporate America has lost the trust of millions of investors who have watched their nest eggs shrink. Seven Business School faculty members discuss what precipitated the storm and what lies ahead.

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html

Who's in Control Here?

The advance of technology is like a runaway locomotive, argues Professor Emeritus Harold Leavitt. He asks: Who controls the on/off switch? Are we headed for a train wreck, or can we pause long enough to consider our future?

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bmag/sbsm0211/feature_leavitt.html

Vulture Capital

As the economy cools down, distressed debt investing heats up.

www.gsb.stanford.edu/community/
bmag/sbsm0211/trends.html

Business Degree Market

In an overexpanded market, business schools must change, GSB Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer says.

www.gsb.stanford.edu/community/
bmag/sbsm0211/ideas.html

Social Entrepreneurs put a social mission at the heart of their for-profit venture.

www.gsb.stanford.edu/community/
bmag/sbsm0211/social_entrepreneurs.
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GSB FACULTY RESEARCH:

Bioterror Threat Requires New Vaccination Policy

www.gsb.stanford.edu/community/
bmag/sbsm0211/faculty_research_
pubpolicy_bioterror.html

The Slippery Slope of Demographic Marketing

www.gsb.stanford.edu/community/
bmag/sbsm0211/faculty_research_mktg_demographics.html

Gas Price Spikes -- A Political Beast

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bmag/sbsm0211/faculty_research_
polecon_gasoline.html

Double Orders Cause Problems for Manufacturers Like Cisco

www.gsb.stanford.edu/community/
bmag/sbsm0211/faculty_research_mfg_doubleorders.html.