September 6, 2022
The Great Depression hastened the end of the independent inventor—but not all was lost.
Tania Babina, Asaf Bernstein and Filippo Mezzanotti
September 1, 2022
An economist offers his perspective on why the food giant has some big decisions to make in the wake of a court ruling against its ice cream subsidiary.
August 15, 2022
From inflation and remote work to climate change, here’s where the global economy appears to be headed.
July 27, 2022
“In my view, there is a lot of hypocrisy here from Musk.”
José Maria Liberti
July 12, 2022
In a recent conversation with Kellogg’s Robert Korajczyk, the hedge-fund leader breaks down his unique approach to mission-driven investing.
Robert Korajczyk and Jeff Ubben
June 14, 2022
“The pace at which the world is changing in terms of how people use space is extremely exciting.”
Kimberly Adams, Seth Singerman and Efraim Benmelech
May 6, 2022
It hasn’t been clear if information from the ivory tower translates to the trading-room floor. A new study tackles the question by looking at research on earnings announcements.
Matthew R. Lyle and Teri L. Yohn
May 5, 2022
The company faces a “double whammy” due to its cash hoarding.
April 29, 2022
More than anything else, it comes down to taxes.
Michael Faulkender, Kristine W. Hankins and Mitchell A. Petersen
March 17, 2022
We may have to wait and see what this move signals for the tech sector.
February 24, 2022
Investors are going to continue using social media to gain a trading edge.
February 2, 2022
A new study suggests that supply and demand are only part of a complex problem.
Charles Nathanson, Raven Molloy and Andrew Paciorek
January 10, 2022
A Kellogg professor offers his perspective on why these investment vehicles can be losing propositions for many casual investors.
January 7, 2022
Not at all, according to a recent study, which showed just how much noise can be introduced by researchers’ unique analytical approaches.
Robert Korajczyk, Dermot Murphy and and coauthors
January 4, 2022
Kellogg faculty look at how ESG initiatives are received by investors, customers, and employees.
Aaron Yoon, Ravi Jagannathan, Jacob D. Teeny, Alexander Chernev, Brayden King and and coauthors
December 1, 2021
Sometimes. But it turns out that lenders are bad at figuring out which businesses will benefit.
Bryan T. Gharad, Dean Karlan and Adam Osman
November 1, 2021
New research suggests an answer to a longstanding economic puzzle.
Zhengyang Jiang, Arvind Krishnamurthy and Hanno Lustig
August 2, 2021
A comprehensive new study finds that investors reward some—but not all—efforts.
George Serafeim and Aaron Yoon
July 1, 2021
Companies will need to address employees’ needs differently going forward.
July 1, 2021
Funds are flush with cash and ready to buy. But they’ll have competition.
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