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The way consumers remember negative events can affect how distant they feel from them and how likely they are to assign blame to those involved.
Judith White says identifying with a strong role model leads to more inspired leadership.
Professors Jonathan Lewellen and Katharina Lewellen take a more nuanced look at corporate cash flow and investment—and find a strong correlation.
Markets may hate uncertainty, but traditional earnings volatility measurements, which allow investors get a better handle on risk, aren’t helping to clear things up.
Kopalle specializes in the study of pricing strategy, particularly new-product pricing and development.
Professor Ella L.J. Edmondson Bell surveys the new corporate playing field for women.
There’s no silver lining to a disaster as shocking and immense as the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. But as with any major mistake by a corporation, says management professor Sydney Finkelstein, there are many lessons to be learned in its wake.