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The Double-Edged Sword of CEO Activism

CEO activism—the practice of CEOs taking public positions on environmental, social, and political issues not directly related to their business—has become a hotly debated topic in corporate governance.
13-Dec-2018 11:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

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Stanford MBA Class of 2018 Chose Careers Where They Could Make a Difference

The MBA Class of 2018 broke records for salaries for the fourth consecutive year, yet their career choices were not about chasing the money.
12-Dec-2018 5:05 PM EST Add to Favorites

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The Evolution of Corporate Governance: 2018 Study of Inception to IPO

Pre-IPO governance systems are highly diverse in maturity, rigor, and structure. The SEC dictates public standards, but pre-IPO companies make vastly different choices on when and how to implement.
30-Nov-2018 3:50 PM EST Add to Favorites

Latino-Owned Business Growth Lags, Despite Comparable Profitability Trends to White-Owned Businesses

Report Assesses Barriers to Growth by Examining Latino-Owned Businesses’ Financing Needs and Challenges, and Regional Differences Nationwide
12-Nov-2018 12:10 PM EST Add to Favorites

How Hospitals Avoid Penalties for Making Patients Sick

For years now, health care reformers have been pushing hospitals to do what should be obvious: protect patients from hospital-bred infections that make them sicker than they already are.
8-Mar-2016 1:05 PM EST Add to Favorites

Stanford Research Shows How Corporations Can Regain Financial Value After a Scandal

New research from Stanford shows that corporations with tarnished reputations can regain their financial value by undertaking broad-based goodwill efforts.
15-Jan-2014 2:00 PM EST Add to Favorites

Presidential Responsiveness in Election-Year Politics

A recent study finds incumbent presidents are more responsive to public opinion when elections are imminent. Surprisingly, presidents with approval ratings that are significantly above or below average have the greatest propensity to take unpopular...
17-Aug-2004 8:00 AM EDT Add to Favorites

Consumers Work Hard for Loyalty Programs

Consumers may not know what they want and second-guessing them can be expensive, according to marketing research. The effectiveness of one-on-one marketing--methods to give customers exactly what they say they want--has been grossly exaggerated.
16-Aug-2004 8:00 AM EDT Add to Favorites


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When New Year’s Resolution Excitement Wanes, Social Media Can Boost Motivation

We’re quickly approaching the time when people begin to set New Year’s Resolutions, research from Stanford Graduate School of Business shows that comparing ourselves to others via social media can help us meet our goals.
27-Dec-2018 11:05 AM EST

Umpires Shy Away From Pivotal Calls -- What About Other Decision Makers? @Stanfordbiz

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Boards Are Too Passive in Developing CEO Successors @Stanfordbiz @Stanfordcorpgov @Stanfordrock

12-Mar-2014 1:00 PM EDT

Companies Can Regain Market Value After a Scandal if They Think Beyond the Investor Audience, Says Stanford's Ed Dehaan @Stanfordbiz

15-Jan-2014 4:00 PM EST

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