The Bank of England, in partnership with Warwick Business School, has launched a new postgraduate qualification in Central Banking and Financial Regulation.
WBS alumna Fiza Farhan wins the Social Impact Award at the British Council's first ever Education UK Alumni Awards ceremony in Pakistan.
Nadhim Zahawi, co-founder of YouGov, has experienced a number of successes and failures and offers his advice to would-be entrepreneurs.
The booming sharing economy is leading to an increase in mobile payment use, revealed Pinar Ozcan at the WBS PayTech Conference.
Technology experts and academics will be looking at how far away a cashless society is and more at the WBS PayTech Conference, follow it live.
Reforms to HMRC have produced a glut of 'gamekeeper-turned-poacher' tax experts that could contribute to tax avoidance, according to a new study.
A WBS alumnus is to brave the challenge of a lifetime and row the length of the Atlantic to raise money for a good cause.
Looking after your employees is good for business with new WBS research suggesting it brings in more investment from socially responsible funds.
Chengwei Liu has been listed as one of 30 management thinkers most likely to shape the future of how organisations are managed and led.
The new year can bring about an insatiable desire for change; however you should not just dive in at the deep end.
Stephen Fry, Sir Ian McKellan and Melvyn Bragg feature in a new free online course developed by Warwick Business School.
Ed Gardiner revealed how behavioural science can help us lead healthier lives on BBC Two's Trust Me I'm A Doctor.
Technology experts and academics from leading universities will be looking into the future of PayTech at WBS London at The Shard.
Congratulations to the Warwick Business School students who are celebrating their graduation at the WBS 2016 winter ceremony.
Neil Hutchinson describes how a simple Google search led to him starting a highly successful tech company
With a flood of David Bowie albums and singles entering the official charts research reveals just how much the death of a star affects sales.
Wikipedia may have reached its 15th birthday, but Aleksi Aaltonen says it will have to change to surivive the next 15 years,.
Those that have risen to the position of a leader in business may not feel there is any more to learn, but we delve into why learning should never stop.
A new Foundation Year entry route to the WBS Undergraduate programme welcomed its first cohort of 25 students.
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.
There is a way for NASA to return to greatness according to Loizos Heracleous. Download your free article from Core magazine to find out more.
WBS has launched a new Executive MBA with Finance Specialism for executives looking to develop their financial knowledge and advance their careers.
WBS is set to launch a new International Executive Development Programme (IEDP) alongside the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business.
A new study has identified three common factors that ensure CSR adds to a company’s bottom line.
Academic research will only have an impact on managers of companies, healthcare and public bodies if it has a champion cheerleading it within the organisation.
WBS academic Frederik Dahlmann discusses the significance of the global climate deal struck at the COP21 event in Paris.
Michael Bradshaw believes the Government’s eagerness to hurry-up shale gas development in the UK might prove counterproductive.
Professor Qing Wang revealed on Channel 4’s Dispatches how the Royal Warrant can help a company crack the highly lucrative Chinese market.
Find out why forming groups is instinctive and why we divide people into 'them' and 'us'.
Over the last few years next-day delivery has become the norm, but one man has been excelling at it for decades.
A picture of a man’s intense staring eyes and a citrusy smell substantially improve hand-washing and so cut the risk of hospital infections.
WBS academic Tamara Friedrich discusses how Google is letting others in on its secret to high levels of creativity in the workplace.
After the agreement at COP21 energy expert Joan MacNaughton warns a “ramp up” of investment is needed to keep global warming below two degrees.
A team featuring a WBS student and a WBS alumnus has won £500 by winning the UK Investment Banking Series (UIBS) M&A challenge.
WBS undergraduate Nicolas Chayenko assisted street children in Romania after winning the annual WBS Travel Award.
Stock exchanges that remove constraints on their minimum lot size increase retail trader participation and reduce transaction costs.
WBS alumna Lizzie Penny is determined to promote true flexible working, not just for parents, but for anyone talented, ambitious, and keen to work in their own way.
WBS academic, John Thanassoulis, tells the BBC that the UK banks look to be in a strong position after the latest round of Bank of England stress tests.
The probability that UK inflation will stay at low levels through 2016 has increased according to the Warwick Business Forecasting system.
The six factors that can cause companies to fail have been identified in a new study looking at the collapse of telecom giants WorldCom and Nortel.
People feel healthier when they live in a more scenic area, a new study has found.
WBS alumna Callie Wang describes how her MSc Accounting & Finance qualification enabled her to break into the world of finance and secure her role as a Credit Manager at Barclays in London.
WBS academic Marianna Fotaki looks at the gender pay gap issue and why it is still a persistent issue.
A partnership with IBM is to offer researchers guidance through the ethical minefield of using big data and real-time analytics.
WBS academic Christian Stadler believes Africa is at the same stage China was 10 years ago but its entrepreneurial activity is hugely promising.
UK medium-sized firms are expecting to outperform their counterparts in Germany, France and Italy in 2016.
Mohammed Usman has had an interesting journey. From major heart surgery to Wembley Arena, the teenager explains how the Foundation Year fits into his plans.
With the rapid rise of robots and AI are human jobs at risk? Here WBS academics attempt to separate the fact from the science-fiction.
Ernst Landsberg explains what attracted him to studying the UK’s top distance learning MBA, including the opportunity to continue the hobbies he enjoys and maintaining his demanding career.
A new study has looked into the frantic negotiations and brinkmanship that brought about the landmark Rana Plaza Accord following the tragedy.
WBS undergraduates have been awarded prizes totalling £400 by investment bank UBS for their performance in the Financial Management modules.
Steve Jobs provides business leaders with a perfect template of how to deliver expertly tailored rhetoric, according to researchers
Two postgraduate students from China have completed internships with Warwick Ventures, working alongside Business Development Manager Melody Stokes.
Its market share might be down but the future for Apple is still very bright according to Professor Loizos Heracleous.