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Love them or hate them, noncompete agreements are enforceable in most states. Professor Norm Bishara explains what you should do before you sign one.

When you’re a big, branded company like Walmart, you’re a much more visible and desirable target for environmental groups who want to push the agenda. If you decide to take an aggressive, progressive position on sustainability, that actually increases your chances of being a target, because the more you do, the more you’ll get pushed to do even more.
 
-- Andy Hoffman,Holcim (US) Inc. Professor of Sustainabile Enterprise and Director of the Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, on envrionmental activists targeting Walmart for falling short on renewable energy goals. International Business Times, Nov. 20, 2014.

Michigan Ross professors see four major themes emerging for this year's holiday retail frenzy.

New research from Michigan Ross Professor Jun Li shows how airlines should adjust to savvy price-shoppers.

Michigan Ross Professor Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks shows how to “be creative” in negotiations and develop solutions in the face of difficulty.

Michigan Ross Professor Achyuta Adhvaryu shows that looking only at energy savings doesn’t give the full picture.

In Stanford University Press blog post, Professor Andy Hoffman shows how politics trumps science in the climate change debate.

Writing in Inc., Professor Shirli Kopelman shows how making money, being happy, and doing good for society aren't mutually exclusive.

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