Given the ease of virtual communication in the modern age, business travel might seem unnecessary. Senior executives still think it is worth the price.
Banks that issue accounting restatements create less liquidity in the economy, but not for the reason that you might expect.
A statistical analysis reveals a major flaw in using “value surveys” to measure culture quantitatively.
Larger banks pressure syndication underwriters to show their client in a positive light–and punish those that don’t.
Employees working for laissez-faire leaders might think time theft is just part of the job.
Cory Ng published a book that helps accountants incorporate AI initiatives to increase productivity and profitability.
Self-reports of personality are often the easiest to access. But are they the most informative?
Yiwei Chen proposes a novel learning algorithm that identifies how to optimally price limited inventory products when market demand is unknown.
Why do some firms benefit from finance committees while others do not?
Firms need to start thinking about how their IT is being managed in order to improve business performance.
Cross-selling allows banks to better monitor their borrowers and reduces interest rates for firms.
Is it possible for suppliers to reverse mistakes and restore severed relationships with buyers in a highly competitive market?
Supply chain managers can encourage partners to adopt sustainable supply chain practices by leveraging communication and network.
New electronics products can have unique stressors that influence returns during trial-periods.
What tradeoffs are employees willing to make when searching for a job?