Black-Owned Businesses Often Struggle to Access Capital. Here’s How Financial Institutions Can Change That.
Banks and investors need to redefine creditworthiness, diversify their boards, and think more about social returns.
The key? Don’t tap your best collateral in good times.
A new study shows how highly leveraged companies have less flexibility to innovate in a downturn.
Real-time data pinpoints what we’re buying, and who’s spending the fastest.
There will be more buyout opportunities, but fewer on-site visits will make due diligence more difficult.
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A new analysis explains why this pandemic really is different.
As money flows into ESG funds, new evidence shows that most asset managers aren’t actually changing their investment behaviors.
A hedge-fund manager explains what most traders get wrong about short selling and when to go long on a diamond in the rough.
In private equity, team stability has long been prized. But new research shows that higher turnover leads to better performance.
Investors take note: the “real exchange rate” may be a more accurate long-term forecaster than economists thought.
The rapid spread of a fintech app offers lessons for companies and policymakers.
Doubling down on these monetary policies could help combat future financial crises.
Top CEOs recently “redefined” the purpose of a corporation. Kellogg faculty weigh in.
A finance professor argues that markets remain efficient only if enough people believe they are not.
Linking fundamental analysis and portfolio optimization may be the key to solving the “investor’s problem.”
With employers shifting away from pensions, there’s an urgent need for improved financial literacy.
Where contract law is lax, investment banks step in to vet companies.
The Fed wanted to help struggling homeowners. But new lending rules undermined its efforts.
New research helps to quantify the value of “ESG” initiatives.
Banks get picky when cash dries up.
Plus, how policymakers can help them manage better.
A new study shows that debt isn’t always a liability during a financial crisis.
The technology underlying cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin is already starting to make its mark.
The regulation’s attempt to prevent people from taking on mortgages they can’t repay may not work as intended.
A Q&A with renowned investor Lou Simpson.
“Think of it like health insurance” for your portfolio.
A key component in growing pay disparity is how well executives harness new technologies.