Under the tax law passed December 20, 2017, informally called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, “pay for performance” may have been finally given a deathblow.
Where is the next global financial center for the EU? Spreading core operations over multiple cities is not an efficient model for financial firms.
By working with kids from an early age in nurturing an understanding of the value of money, engaged parents help them develop a future ability to manage it properly.
Short-termism is affecting many areas of our lives but it is certainly most apparent in financial matters.
The new issue of the Graziadio Business Review includes a variety of articles written by knowledgeable authors that we believe you will find informative, insightful, and engaging. While women make up half the workforce in nearly every country, women do not comprise half of the leadership. In “A Values Approach to Advancing Women in Leadership,” … Continued
As I outlined in my Three Part MBA Philanthropy Series, alumni are a critical financial component to business schools. However, alumni can contribute in many other ways. In addition to providing financial support to their alma mater, alumni also play an equally important role in pre-student recruiting and job placement. Why is pre-student recruiting important? Today, business … Continued
This is a guest post by Darrol Stanley, DBA, professor of finance. The U.S. economy is in a “once-in-a-century” crisis…
Read How the Election Year Impacts the Stock Market and View a Finance Panel Discussing Election Economics
The debates may be over, but the election economics are still a vital part of the news. A recent GBR article discusses how the presidential elections influence the stock market and a new video discusses the economic status and how the elections and political turmoil impacts investors.
Dr. David Smith offers his insight into the Southern California grocery worker negotiations and its larger implications for labor unions as a whole.
In this podcast interview, Dr. Don M. Atwater explains how decreases in public sector employment will push back the recovery of the U.S. labor market.
Despite recent statistics depicting the economy heading back into downturn, presentations at the 2011 Economic Forecast Conference show positive growth.
In this podcast interview, Economist Christopher Thornberg discusses the slew of recent data that portrays faltered growth for the American economy.
Beacon Econ’s Christopher Thornberg discusses the Japanese earthquakes, high gas prices, and the federal deficit in this edition of the GBR economic update.
Christopher Thornberg, founding principal of Beacon Economics discusses the current economic status in the United States and forecasts what’s to come.
In a recent blog post, adjunct finance professor Davide Accomazzo discussed the serious structural deficiencies that exist in our financial markets, and the liquidity vacuum that may result. On May 6, 2010, the stock market took a drastic dive, resulting in the second largest point swing and the biggest one-day point decline in Dow Jones … Continued