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Can giving employees ownership of company financials improve performance? Read what Professor Wayne Baker found.

If corporate boards are forced to diversity, will that affect financial performance? Professor Amy Dittmar has the answer.

Banks with strong political ties were more likely to get bailout money, and more of it. Read to find out how.

Despite outcry over executive pay and abuses of authority, research shows a powerful CEO can be good for profits.

Professor Jerry Davis uncovers a quiet consolidation in ownership of public companies -- the rise of mutual funds.

Executives who give industry information and career advice to Wall Street analysts secure better stock ratings.

Executives influence their compensation by playing “dating games” with stock options, research shows.

Michigan Ross research shows independent banks do better than investment banks at picking winners and losers.