Uber drivers are gaming the system and even going offline en masse to force ‘surge’ pricing, new research has found.
Billions of pounds extra in tax could be raised for HM Revenue & Customs by using messaging telling people who have not paid their tax that they are in the minority.
Relive The Evolution of Luxury conference at WBS London at The Shard where the world's top academic and industry names discussed the future of Luxury.
Brand experts from the likes of McLaren and L’Oréal will be converging for a conference on how luxury evolves in the face of Millennials' demands and the growing sharing economy.
Warwick Business School academics look at the possible impact of the adoption of public application programming interfaces (APIs) on the financial services industry.
Scientists have trained a computer to recognise beautiful scenery using “deep learning”, an approach to artificial intelligence which is inspired by the architecture of the human brain.
Thousands of Warwick Business School students from more than 70 countries have been celebrating their graduation at this year's summer ceremony.
Professor of Practice Ben Knight has won an Award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching.
Warwick Business School has been ranked number one in the UK for management and in the world’s top 30 by a global ranking.
Dean Andy Lockett presented Maja Korica with an award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching at the WBS Summer Party.
New research looking at six years of NHS data has found that more managers lead to NHS Trusts performing better.
Pinar Ozcan, Associate Professor of Strategic Management, has won recognition for her outstanding research.
The tennis balls used at Wimbledon have travelled 50,570 miles around the world before they land on Andy Murray’s racket on Centre Court.
Hiring consultants offering quick fixes to long-term NHS problems is a waste of time and money, according to researchers.
Researchers are launching new guidlines on how companies should handle whistleblowers so they benefit from them rather than suffer reputational damage.
Students will have the chance to visit San Francisco and learn from some of Silicon Valley’s top entrepreneurs in a new MBA module.
Warwick Business School’s MSc Finance has risen seven places to be ranked in the world’s top 10 and number one in the UK by the Financial Times.
Researchers believe that rather than trying to think rationally managers and business strategists should use their own biases to come to better decisions.
Kashif Khaleel is building a career with Amazon thanks to his MBA after leaving his homeland in Pakistan to start a new life in the West.
Sophie Thompson hated doing public presentations so much she developed a virtual reality app to help her get over her fears.
There is a 25 per cent chance that inflation will hit three per cent this year according to the Warwick Business School Forecasting System.
Team Septic Think Tank ensured Warwick Business School won the WBS Case Challenge for the second year in a row.
A new study has found that feeling guilty has a positive effect on our behaviour and leads to better co-operation.
Warwick Business School’s executive education bespoke programmes for individual organisations have been ranked in the global top 50 by the Financial Times
The Graduate Diploma in Applied Management will help develop and improve the personal managerial effectiveness of both individuals and teams
Students will tackle one of the UK’s biggest causes of death - sepsis - in this year’s Warwick Business School Case Challenge.
Three former Foundation Year students have earned an EY Scholarship as part of a group of seven WBS students in total to receive the award.
Feel the urge to go self-employed? It could all be down to your testosterone levels according to new research.
Warwick Business School’s BSc Accounting and Finance degree has been ranked fourth in the UK by The Complete University Guide 2018.
Warwick Business School’s Distance learning MBA has been ranked second in the world in the QS Distance Online MBA Ranking 2017.
A serial entrepreneur and WBS graduate has set up a business with some of the biggest names world football.
How the sharing economy helped a WBS alumnus launch a thriving business.
An inspired idea to combat the issue of loneliness in older people has impressed judges at Warwick Business School’s Big Deal Competition 2017.
Warwick Business School's create space is designed to encourage creative learning and help students to become better leaders.
WBS academic, Rachel Dickinson, explains how the CORE Practice module has been designed to support students’ transition into undergraduate study.
Full-time MBA alumni Valeriya Balashova and Dr Danilo Di Salvo explain their reasons for embarking on an MBA.
Uberisation could challenge our ideas of ownership and the concept of capitalism according to Professor Ola Henfridsson.
The WBS Behavioural Science Networking Event is becoming a regular happening in the behavioural science panorama in the UK and reaching new heights.
Lisa Carr of the WBS Alumni Careers team offers some guidance on the best ways to approach a potential employer.
MSc Business (Consulting) students had the opportunity to look behind the scenes of IBM and discuss consultancy with a range of experts at an event at The Shard
MBA alumnus Samir Abid has helped support 15 gold medal winning teams
Facebook-style online health communities are helping to improve patient care and provide rich data for new health innovations.
A WBS alumnus has been elected as the new chair of Business Professional Services(BPS) Birmingham.
WBS academic Ivo Vlaev is helping the NHS save money by utilising nudge theory to warn patients of the cost of missed appointments. The theory is also being used to promote better hygiene.
WBS academic Pinar Ozcan discusses how a cashless society future will bring about a revolution in a new video.
Neil Hutchinson describes how a simple Google search led to him starting a highly successful tech company
WBS academic Ivo Vlaev believes citalopram could help tackle obesity by helping give people the long-term focus needed to choose healthy food over snacks.?
WBS academics argue British healthcare is stuck in the slow lane as it takes years for developments to reach the front line.
Students will now be able to develop their business idea with experts while earning an MBA.
Bradford Turner found he had everything he needed on the distance learning MBA to set up the company he had dreamed about for a decade.
WBS has been ranked in the world’s top 30 for its business and management courses and 32nd in the world for accounting and finance courses by the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Applications for the WBS Mentoring Programme are now open to both alumni and students, until 28 February.
Healthcare professionals can improve their managerial skills with the new Executive MBA with Healthcare Specialism.
WBS is set to host a special event on gender representation in the boardroom and at senior leadership positions to mark this year’s International Women’s Day.