Bottling the risk-taking spirits of entrepreneurs?
Entrepreneurs' ability to take risky decisions may be a valuable "evolutionary" advance that could be bottled so that more cautious corporate managers can enhance their performance, a ground-breaking study from Cambridge University suggests.
Writing in Nature, the lead author of the research said the findings "raise the question of whether one could enhance entrepreneurship pharmacologically".
The research is interesting, but reading the financial news, you might conclude that some had already imbibed too much of this brew. . .