The researchers found that stock prices increase when central bank tone becomes more positive and decrease when the tone becomes more negative. Positive tone changes are also associated with increasing bond yields, lower ...
As many large, multinational firms expand operations into foreign countries, researchers are beginning to see greater sophistication of the strategies used.
It turns out the old saying that "It's not what you know, but who you know" still holds a measure of truth in corporate America.
Advertisers often use humor to grab customers' attention, but they should do so with caution, according to a recently published study in the Journal of Marketing Behavior.
General counsels for corporations are well-versed in the law and should be able to detect and stop fraud, not profit from stock sales utilizing their fraud-related insider information.
Post-merger layoffs moderated, corporate takeovers cut when labour protections strengthened, Rotman research finds.
Algorithms are taking a lot of flak from those in financial circles. They've been blamed for a recent flash crash in the British pound and the greatest fall in the Dow in decades. They've been called a cancer and linked to ...
Research from North Carolina State University and American University finds that so-called "capacity grants" lead to long-term financial growth for nonprofit organizations - regardless of what the grants are for. However, ...
A new research paper from the University of Luxembourg outlines a novel method to identify how options traders exploit mutual fund non-fundamental price pressure on aggregate stock prices.
After Donald Trump promised trade reform in the presidential campaign, how feasible is it that more manufactured items could carry a "Made in the USA" label?