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New research from Professor Leigh Tost shows power doesn’t always lead to corruption — it can lead to generosity.

Michigan Ross Professor Amitabh Sinha looks at the thinking behind Amazon’s reported drive-through experiment.

New research from Professor Aradhna Krishna shows the right kind of ambient noise can make public spaces seem safer.

We find that product prices are 3 percent to 11 percent higher because of common ownership.

-- Martin Schmalz, assistant professor of finance, on the anti-competitive effects of airlines having similar owners.  Bloomberg Businessweek, July 16, 2015.

Professor Dave Ulrich shows the basic elements of how to keep momentum when leading change.

Owners and officers of smaller companies are more likely to be held personally responsible in patent and copyright cases.

Research by Professor Thomas Buchmueller and U-M colleagues examines a key part of the Affordable Care Act.

Companies may take another look at domestic partner benefits, and advertising likely will change, say Michigan Ross Professors.