A placement opportunity at The Body Shop - L’Oréal was the perfect opportunity for one WBS MBA student to gain valuable insights into the workings of a top business.
Three key practices have been uncovered to end the internal power struggles between departments that scupper firms’ attempts at creating new products.
Research has shown that models used by economists to calculate the effects of climate change policies can produce polar opposite recommendations.
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business, told BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions that it is “inevitable” the UK will miss out on foreign investment after Brexit.
Warwick Business School is to host its second annual MBA Careers Fair at WBS London at The Shard after a hugely successful launch last year.
The inaugural group of students who took the Business in Practice module have praised it as excellent preparation for life after university.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Chief Executive and MBA alumna Claire Horton has been named Charity Chief Executive of the Year.
Amazon Echo will bring genuinely helpful AI into our homes much sooner than expected according to Mark Skilton.
Shoppers looking for a bargain are pushing up the prices for everybody, new research has found.
Apple's tax troubles with the European Commission are unlikely to harm the firm in the long run according to Loizos Heracleous.
Japan's warning over its companies investment in the UK is an indication of the troubles ahead as multinational firms watch how Brexit unfolds.
A new exercise involving masks reveals how business leaders need to be aware how little control they have communicating their message in meetings.
Low interest rates have become a way of life across much of the developed world, but Andrew Sentance believes that it is time for a re-think.
How can NASA keep ahead in the space race? In this Core article WBS academic Loizos Heracleous suggests a dual strategy is required.