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U.S. altruism may not be the only factor that shapes U.S. trade policy.
Professor Hansen says the law brings fairness to the country's health care system.
Adam Kleinbaum's latest look at employee social networks suggests those who follow nontraditional career paths may be more in the know.
Katharina Lewellen and colleagues look at the investment patterns of nonprofit hospitals and find them remarkably similar to those of shareholder-owned corporations.
Q&A with marketing professor and Global Leadership 2030 instructor Peter Golder.
Corporate communications professor Paul Argenti says a company’s reputation is an asset that should be protected and actively cultivated.
The "Buffett Rule" offers politicians a quick and easy way to frame the debate on tax rates for the wealthy. But it only tells part of the story, says professor Richard Sansing.