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M. Eric Johnson, the Benjamin Ames Kimball Professor of the Science of Administration and director of Tuck’s Center for Digital Strategies, says bad software is to blame for information breaches.
More and more companies are using innovation ecosystems to bring better products to market. But Ron Adner, Associate Professor of Business Administration, says all of this collaboration comes at a cost.
The PGA Tour's FedEx Cup has been criticized for its overly complicated points system. But new research by professor Rendleman suggests organizers have it right.
Mortgage renegotiation has done little to stem the tide of preventable home foreclosures in the United States.
Andrew Bernard makes the case that big, productive exporters—not entrepreneurial newcomers—hold the key to U.S. export growth.
Richard Sansing does the math and shows that tax deductions for R&D may only break even for U.S. taxpayers.
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.