Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation
30 April 2013
As high unemployment continues to plague younger generations, it would appear that there is no easy solution. Young people need to offset the damage by going back to the classroom in order to be well prepared for when recovery comes.
Gamaliel Martínez. Professor. IE Business School
29 April 2013
The tide is turning. After twenty years of delocation fever among Spanish firms, some of them are now bringing their manufacturing back to Spain. It is a particularly good option for SMEs.
Ricardo Pérez. Professor. IE Business School
29 April 2013
Only a couple of years ago Apple was the indisputable leader in consumer electronics, but it hasn’t kept up the momentum and now Samsung has it in its sights.
Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School
31 March 2013
The controversy now surrounding Pescanova and the differences between its version of its profit and loss account and how the Bank and Spain sees it have once again put creative accounting on the front page.
Carlos de la Pedraja. Professor. IE Business School
22 March 2013
The changes now taking place in law firms are here to stay and they have brought with them a need for new remuneration models that are more focused on offering a more complete compensation package, which will enable firms to adapt to the times with losing talent.