Nudges can help bridge the choice disparities and inequities between socioeconomic classes.
How does a company’s research and development (R&D) intensity play out in the stock market?
Companies may want to think twice before replying to displeased customers on social media.
Corporate sponsorship of Pride Month, often seen in the form of rainbow logos or Pride-themed merchandise, has caught the attention of many in recent years—for better or worse.
A lot can change during a pandemic, but some things stay the same, like the importance of internships.
What does motherhood do to employees? New research shows how the hospitality industry can—and why they should—support working moms.
While robots might not be taking over the world any time soon, they’re rising stars in the restaurant industry.
People on the job hunt spend hours perfecting their resumes and cover letters, but it might actually be the political statements they make on social media that a recruiter is judging.
If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything? New research says that this may not be the best for business.
This research reveals insights on the nature and impact of application-based feedback technologies that provide real-time employee evaluation.
Different matrices can yield different results, even when working with the same data.
Technical debt accumulates when firms implement easy unsustainable IT solutions that will be costly to fix over time. This research looks at how technical debt affects sales performance.
When a home-sharing host’s initial interactions with guests reflect a personal touch, the trust established fortifies the relationship in the event of later service failures.
The production of the COVID-19 vaccine highlights the importance of collaboration between small, innovative firms and large, well-resourced firms in promoting innovation.
Jason Thatcher and his co-authors discover that social media bots mainly operate in two ways: algorithmic social alertness and algorithmic social transmission.