The 2012 Olympic Games were never supposed to be in London. Michael Payne provides the inside story on how the bid was won
When Andres Iniesta scored the deciding goal that sealed Spain's victory in the 2010 World Cup held in South Africa, it was the climax of several weeks of all-encompassing coverage for ESPN and ABC, subsidiaries of The Walt Disney Company.
Football historians report that President Theodore Roosevelt called representatives from Harvard, Princeton and Yale to the White House in 1905 and said he would ban the game of football if they didn't stop the brutality.
What can we learn from a global adventurer? Sir Ranulph Fiennes is regarded by many as the world’s greatest living explorer, as well as a prolific author. He recently spoke at London Business School about his adventurous achievements.
Companies that innovate tend to prosper. Yet the process used by the most innovative firms remains a mystery. Is there a way that any company can discern whether to commit resources to an innovation idea? Kiriti Rambhatla has blended the fields of science