The stock market was taking the election in stride, beginning a rally that could extend through next year. Maryland Smith's David Kass explains three reasons why.
Marijuana business entrepreneurs in states where pot use has been legalized are in for a serious trip. Maryland Smith's David P. Weber explains why.
Short-term thinking hurts companies. But finance students at Maryland Smith learn a different approach. They focus on value maximization, not profit maximization.
Companies have built-in incentives to avoid short-termism. But they fall into the myopia trap when they confuse value creation with income maximization.
Critics come down hard on shareholder primacy. But Maryland Smith professor Michael Faulkender says people err when they overlook risk/reward economics.
Companies often use automatic renewals, usually with ample warning to subscribers. But when they're sneaky about renewals, that crosses a line, a Maryland Smith expert says.
It’s left some brands doing a delicate balancing act, debating whether and how to advertise during an event that consistently draws more American viewers than any other TV broadcast.
Amazon.com scrapped its machine-learning resume-reader when it demonstrated a bias against female applicants. Here's what that tells us.
Do you choose to work with the most competent but least likeable person on the team? Or do you choose the most likeable but least competent person?
Buyers of luxury fashion can be passionate about the brands they shell out for. But can they be loyal when the brand becomes so popular that it loses its exclusivity?