The New York Times
6 Steps to Turn Regret Into Self-Improvement – 02/07/19
Article quotes Professor Neal Roese on his research findings around the topic of regret. “Regret can be a problem, but one benefit of regret is that it signals improvement is possible,” he said. “The trick is to avoid obsessing and pull out a lesson that can be applied in future situations.”
Crain’s Chicago Business
FourKites sails into another $50 million – 02/05/19
Article discusses the latest $50M wave of funding for FourKites, a logistics-tech company started in 2013 by Kellogg graduate Mathew Elenjickal. Revenue tripled last year, and headcount more than doubled to 335 employees from 160.
Global Uncertainty Gauge Enters 2019 at Record High Level – 02/04/19
Article quotes Professor Scott Baker on how his piece of research called The Global Uncertainty Index, a measure of unpredictability in 20 countries, reached a record level in December. The U.S., China and Eurozone, which are some of the biggest components in the index, are individually seeing high levels of uncertainty, he said.
Bungling The China Deal – 01/31/19
Article by Adjunct Professor Phil Levy discusses how the Trump administration’s approach to trade deals with China has managed to put itself in a weak position, while controlling the terms of engagement at every step along the way.