Financial auditors risk being sued for substandard performance. Their clients also face exposure, but differently, new Maryland Smith research shows.
If you see an ad picturing a child's sad face, it’s likely to stir some emotions. They just might not be the feelings the organization hopes to evoke.
Conventional wisdom says innovation flows from the minds of mavericks, not protectors of the status quo. But traditionalists have a role to play.
Online platforms can see a direct correlation between the amount of bargaining power and platform size with merchants, new Maryland Smith research shows.
The gender gap in earnings among science and engineering PhD graduates is 20 percent wider in academia than throughout the industry.
Companies reveal information about risk and uncertainty at peer firms when they issue earnings announcements.
While a good relationship between a sales representative and buyer won’t always protect the vendor from being shut out of business, it may leave the door open.
Banks are the largest source of external financing for startups. Yet banks lack the expertise to monitor startups the way venture capital firms and angel investors do.
The Chinese construct of moqi (pronounced MO-chee) provides a useful framework for understanding and improving supervisor-subordinate relationships.
Email, instant messages, video conferencing and Slack each have been touted as instrumental in improving communication for virtual work teams. But do these technologies really deserve the credit they get?