Harvard Business School
Slump in MBA Applications Hits Elite Schools
A new survey suggests Harvard, Wharton, and Stanford are starting “to show signs of struggling to lure young professionals out of the strong job market.”
SEC Probes Deeper If Cos. Have Political Ties: Study
Researchers find that companies' political connections may boost SEC scrutiny rather than deter it.
Crime Doesn’t Pay, Says Harvard Bribery Study
Corruption does boost local sales, but those are canceled out by the costs associated with bribery, as indicated by return on equity.
Disruptive Innovation: A Flawed Idea?
Executives say they want disruptive innovation, but what they really crave is "managed evolution," says John Parkinson.
Study: Firms that “Cast” Earnings Calls Underperform
Firms that only take questions from favorable analysts underperform in future quarters, according to a new working paper from researchers at Harvard and the London School of Economics.