Wall Street Journal | October 6, 2017
How do smartphones and the internet affect our thoughts and judgments?
New York Times - September 8, 2017
Weak internal controls in financial reporting are linked to a higher rate of undisclosed accounting fraud.
The Guardian | July 4, 2017
Simply having your smartphone nearby can reduce brain power.
Quartz | July 3, 2017
The simple act of taking a photograph of something first can help people declutter.
Harvard Business Review | December 14, 2016
How should companies target consumers in emerging markets?
KUT | December 9, 2016
Wind and natural gas are the cheapest power sources in much of the U.S.
Administrative Science Quarterly | October 26, 2016
How social activists disrupt corporate political activity.
Wall Street Journal | October 2, 2016
Research shows women supply skills that are missing to corporate boards.
Fortune | September 27, 2015
Professor David Spence shares his thoughts about natural gas in America's power grid.
BBC | July 13, 2015
Just because you think your company’s aims are best served by violating the policy on sharing passwords does not mean the higher-ups will see it that way.
Houston Chronicle | July 9, 2015
New research from Assistant Professor Jaime Schmidt reveals a link between the presence of explanatory language in an audit report and misstatement risk, but investors have to pay attention first.
PD&D | June 19, 2015
If a firm faces troubled times during a stable market, strong advertising can carry it through. But when the market is turbulent, a firm's Research and Development is more likely to help save it from bankruptcy.
Banking Exchange | May 26, 2015
Assistant Professor Naveed Chehrazi has developed a way for banks to accurately predict which cardholders are most likely to pay up — and how much.
Next Shark | April 28, 2015
Professor Emily Amanatullah discusses Reddit CEO's move to end sexism in tech.
Wall Street Journal | April 17, 2015
Professor Clemens Sialm makes the case for behaving rationally when it comes to investing.
Huffington Post | February 27, 2015
Management Lecturer Dennis Passovoy says Netflix’s unique corporate culture is a reflection of the executives they hire.
The Economic Times | February 27, 2015
Professor Vijay Mahajan explains why connecting to rural consumers worldwide is essential for corporate success and survival.
Fox 7 News | February 23, 2015
Assistant Professor Emily Amanatullah reveals the latent gender biases in society and the workplace that contribute to the wage gap.
State Impact NPR | January 30, 2015
Finance Professor Ehud Ronn explains to NPR why the financial markets appear to be betting on Keystone XL.
The Hindu | January 1, 2015
Professor Raj Raghunathan extols the personal and societal benefits of promoting the pursuit of happiness.
Christian Science Monitor | December 17, 2014
Associate Professor Melissa Graebner encourages parents and toy-makers to aim for girls' toys that encourage entrepreneurship without the typical gender stereotypes.
Harvard Business Review | December 16, 2014
Professor Julie Irwin discusses the ethical dangers that can arise from unwavering loyalty to a corporate leader.
Harvard Business Review | November 24, 2014
Assistant Professor Ethan Burris explains why some managers promote employee voice in decision-making while others stifle it.
Chicago Tribune | October 14, 2014
Assistant Professor Emily Amanatullah responds to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s comment that women shouldn’t ask for raises.
Reuters | October 1, 2014
Research by Dr. Shuping Chen reveals that a lack of questions following an earnings conference call can significantly hurt a company’s stock price.
U.S. News | September 11, 2014
Professor Ehud Ronn discusses the importance of multilateral sanctions against the Islamic State.