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.
Activists must navigate the tension between support and ambiguity when pursuing sustainability goals within organizations.
What tradeoffs are employees willing to make when searching for a job?
Does purpose influence how working professionals select career paths?
The high cost of waste management is threatening the survival of businesses. How can companies adapt to become more sustainable?
Researchers have long assumed that the value of a customer’s time determines the costs a company assumes for their lines. Is this a fair assumption to make?
CEOs may pursue value-destroying acquisitions to increase their personal wealth.
New forensic technology has evolved in the 21st century. Its evolution has brought a host of ethical and legal implications.
Equity analyst, syndicated lending, information gap, Department of Accounting, Wei Wang
Venture capital firms are influenced by their starting-point and network access when seeking solutions to underperformance.
When employees suppress anger at work, it not only affects their mental well-being but also their attitudes—often resulting in lowered productivity.
Trend forecasting has been around for years. Can a new approach help business owners and policymakers identify those trends more accurately?