Men hold the upper hand in networking

Raina Brands from the London Business School Photograph: Rosie Hallam
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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

Social media empowers employees

Research shows that companies need to value employees who tweet

Orchestrating consumer choices by sounds

Research shows that noises can inform shopping preferences

Serial entrepreneur or serial psychopath?

Research finds irrational risk-taking common with entrepreneurs

Supporting a winning team is good for you

If your team loses, you will eat more calories than if it wins

Stanford research shows training shortfall

US study finds that two-thirds of CEOs do not receive coaching

Profitable companies have diverse boards

Correlation between diverse boards and company profitability

MBAs are not all greedy egoists, says research

MBA graduates will hold a range of careers

Flexible security solutions offer value

Multi-purpose and scalable investments enhance national security

Fathers penalised in the workplace

Study shows men who look after children suffer at work

Harvard professor promotes online adverts

Companies can achieve higher consumer engagement for less

Professors identify traits of deceit

Experiment finds that linguistic clues can reveal dishonesty

Concealing the profits of price fixing

Professor identify tactics employed to hide windfalls

What are the goals of a football club?

ESMT teachers discuss the case of Borussia Dortmund

MBA students find giant pandas on the curriculum

Research from Canada’s Schulich school shows that negotiations for zoo loans can have applications in the corporate world