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Should firms strive for fewer customers with large revenues, or more customers with small revenues?
Which works better, rewarding internal whistleblowing or penalizing failure to report?
The extent to which business professionals, such as hedge fund managers, strategically donate personal wealth to further their business interests has not received much attention.
Leaders often trumpet organizational culture as a source of competitive advantage, but it can also be the source of an organization’s demise.
A phenomenon known as the “beta anomaly” has puzzled stock market experts for decades.
Recent research suggests that finding one’s calling is likely more attainable than previously believed.