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New Michigan Ross research shows women-led startups fare worse unless funded by a venture capital group with a woman partner.
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Michigan Ross professor says focus on the long term when it comes to the yuan.
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Professors Cindy Schipani and Nejat Seyhun offer a solution to better define and identify illegal stock trades.