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Y. A. Zhang

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Happy Campers
11 months ago

Happy Campers

By  •  Investing

What really impresses investors? They value firms that can pull off a balancing act, pleasing both their customers and their employees simultaneously. Rice researchers find that consistently treating both groups well leads to higher long-term value from investors, but that low ratings from one stakeholder group can undermine any value added by high ratings from the other.

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You Can’t Take It With You
2 years ago

You Can’t Take It With You

By  •  Acquisitions

Death of an Independent Director Dampens Acquisition Fervor for CEOs Left Behind.

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Good Fences, Good Neighbors
2 years ago

Good Fences, Good Neighbors

By  •  Global Business

Whether it’s in a cow pasture or a sovereign nation, the arrival of outsiders can kick up some dust. State-owned enterprises need to closely analyze a potential overseas investment to determine whether it’s worth climbing over the fence. 

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Sea Change
2 years ago

Sea Change

By  •  Leadership Succession

Hiring a female boss still breaks with tradition. By hiring from within and deploying women in top echelons, companies can hire new CEOs on the merits rather than fear of disruption.

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