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.
Loizos Heracleous, Professor of Strategy, reveals six lessons we can learn from Steve Jobs’ rhetorical style.
Far from being hindered by being a skilled migrant overseas academics actually find themselves ahead of the pack in many cases.
WBS academic Shainaz Firfiray believes Lord Davies' Women on Boards report shows progress, but diversity needs to go beyond meeting targets.
Bankers’ pay clawback should be conditioned on how they manage risk so that banks don’t become too risk averse.
WBS has unveiled a new cutting-edge Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree designed for senior executives and potential future leaders.
Fresher just starting your WBS journey? Here's a list of tips and advice from current students and alumni to help you make the most of your time at WBS.
Governments will be discussing how tackle climate change in Paris in December, a bunch of students have taken the matter into their own hands.
The UK’s deal with China to invest in the country’s new nuclear power stations will come at a high cost for future gas and electricity bill-payers.
Public confidence in police is to be the focus of a new £130,000 study by Warwick Business School.
WBS welcomed over 150 MBA students and recent alumni through the doors at WBS London at The Shard for the inaugural MBA Careers Fair.
The Economist has ranked Warwick Business School’s full-time MBA the best in the UK and in the world’s top 20.
Mark Skilton believes the fact the European Court of Justice has ruled the Safe Harbour agreement invalid may be 'no bad thing in the long run'.
A new Foundation Year entry route to the WBS Undergraduate programme welcomed its first cohort of 25 students this week.
Networking is seen as the way to progress a career, but companies hiring through business contacts could be harming their performance.
How do you build a successful digital business model using digital technologies is the subject of WBS academic Mark Skilton's latest book.
A WBS academic involved in research on improving the uptake of screening to prevent blindness among diabetics wins an award.
Students that hand in assignments at the last minute face a five per cent drop in marks WBS academics warn.
A fresh new look for the NHS website to persuade more women to take folic acid won the second Nudgeathon at WBS London.
As many as 400,000 missed hospital appointments a year could be prevented simply by using well-worded warning texts, potentially saving the NHS £64 million.
From Twitter to NASA, Apple Pay to Diversity in the boardroom, the latest edition of Core is now available and features articles on those subjects and more.
Being able to challenge and discuss opinions and a series of industry visits were highlights for students from IIM-A following a visit to WBS.
Even when attempting an open selection process for the successor of their family business owners still choose their offspring - why?
Alumna Fiza Farhan has been named one of the AACSB's 100 Influential Leaders due to her project to light a million lives with clean energy in Pakistan
Two academics from Warwick Business School have been recognised in a list of 100 leading professors in the field of entrepreneurship.
The University of Warwick is one of the world's top 50 universities according to the latest QS annual World University Rankings.
Graeme Currie explains how business schools can help the NHS and other complex organisations tackle organisational challenges.
Relive our live coverage of the second WBS Nudgeathon held at WBS London at The Shard and won by team Nudge Nudge Wink Wink.
Warwick Business School has risen to its highest ever position in the Masters in Management ranking compiled by the Financial Times.
Eight teams made up of students from 19 countries will take part in the second Nudgeathon over two days at WBS London at The Shard.
Christian Stadler reveals why such a high percentage of immigrants go on to become entrepreneurs.
WBS alum Andy Carvell describes how his MBA inspired him to relocate, switch industry, and secure his role as product manager at SoundCloud.
As Queen Elizabeth II becomes Britain’s longest serving monarch Qing Wang reveals why she is a distinct advantage for UK business.
Loizos Heracleous, Professor of Strategy at Warwick Business School, has given a talk on “barriers to ambidexterity” at NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
Scientific papers with shorter titles gain more citations, new research has found.
The WBS Forecasting System (WBSFS) has revised upwards the probability that inflation will return to around its two per cent target level in 2016.
Chinese MBA students from Beijing’s Guanghua School of Management immerse themselves in Warwick's culture as part of a week long study trip.
Shaurya Mehta, a full-time MBA student at Warwick Business School believes his course is the final piece of the jigsaw as he looks to take the jump to running his family business.
Michael Bradshaw believes the Government’s eagerness to hurry-up shale gas development in the UK might prove counterproductive.