Sharing economy aids lower income groups

LONDON - OCTOBER 03: General view of a Zipcar location on September 3, 2007 in London. (Photo by Bruno Vincent/Bruno Vincent)

Research from NYU professors shows value of peer-to-peer lending

Finessing the art of self-promotion

Research from Wharton and London Business School reveals best way to brag

Dr Florian Dohlbacher, Associate Professor of Marketing and Innovation, poses at the International Business School Suzhou (IBSS) of XJTLU (Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University) in Suzhou city, east China's Jiangsu province, 6 March 2015.
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China’s elderly spark business potential

Elderly consumers in Asia are an untapped market, says professor at research institute in Suzhou

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Ways to charm a venture capitalist

Research shows knowledge can be more valuable than money

Leadership: Does your face fit?

Study shows an ideal face of a leader tends to fit a stereotype

The Starr-Tupps, an entrepreneur family that ends up acting as a family business

To get satisfaction, be entrepreneurial

Taking charge of a project boosts contentment levels, says study

Girl Textibng on phone
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Empathy can thrive in an online world

Electronic communication no bar to developing interpersonal skills

Research finds IBOs are bad for business

Private equity acquisitions can lead to decline in productivity

Fresh perspective on boardroom quotas

Research examines cultural norms and gender quotas

Power of music fuels b-school research

Music could help decision-making or strategic thinking

Location matters in office environment

Research into US Senate seating plan shows the best place to sit

A bad hair day has untold consequences

Stanford researchers investigate perceptions of attractiveness

Sharing economy’s selfish soul

Selfish motives triumph over community in collaborative economy

Beware the narcissistic CEO

Companies with self-important bosses do worse in difficult times

Men hold the upper hand in networking

Women are at a disadvantage at work

Chicago Booth: unbiased decision-making

Nick Epley says we distort information when choosing what to do

In romance follow your head not your heart

Interview techniques can help Valentines pick perfect partner

The maths behind Olympic projects

Research examines budget overruns

The silver lining for recession graduates

Higher job satisfaction among downturn graduates, research shows

Sharing photos online is a vital resource

Photos shared during US hurricane provide valuable data

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