When companies shut down because of executive malfeasance, bottom-tier workers suffer most — especially when it comes to future earnings
Women are paid less than men for entry-level positions — and it has nothing to do with their skill sets
New research shows that people of all ranks look to low-level peers for information about organizational social norms
The mental judo known as "cognitive reappraisal"—minimizing the emotional impact of bad situations—can be good for the soul but bad for the firm
Cash and equity incentives promote individual and collective performance benefits, new research finds.
Learning to construct, debate, and communicate a logically valid argument is an essential pillar in making great strategy
During corporate takeovers, buyers often tailor their public statements to drive down the price of takeover targets, a new study shows
Humor has tremendous benefits for physical health, mental well-being, and your bottom line
A decade of binge borrowing has turned many corporations into the walking dead, Stanford finance experts say.
Should firms be required to disclose the negative social impacts of their suppliers? A new study investigates that question from the perspective of investors
Quantification boosts productivity if the task is simple, but demotivates if the task is complex, a Stanford study finds.