Apr. 1, 2015 New research reveals a surprising insight: publicly-traded firms die off at the same rate regardless of their age or economic ... full story
Apr. 1, 2015 Job candidates should focus on exuding warmth and assertiveness, a new study says. Researchers offer a few tips for those who are worried that their nerves might stand between them and acing their ... full story
Apr. 1, 2015 When negotiating your next pay raise, haggling at the flea market or selling a used car, attention should be paid to the choice of words. Because the findings of a recent study revealed that proper ... full story
Mar. 31, 2015 Why does time seem to crawl if you're waiting in line at the post office, but hours can fly by in minutes when you're doing something fun? A new study examines the factors that determine ... full story
Mar. 31, 2015 Why is it so hard for consumers to save money? According to a new study, consumers are often impatient and do not think about the long-term consequences of spending ... full story
Mar. 31, 2015 Why do some consumers make choices based on their feelings instead of rational assessments? According to a new study, consumers who consider themselves independent are more inclined to rely on ... full story
Mar. 31, 2015 One of the most important shifts of the 21st century is the ability of consumers to participate in markets they love such as music and fashion. A new study reveals how ordinary consumers have changed ... full story
Mar. 31, 2015 How do consumers react to products with diverse online reviews? According to a new study, a mix of positive and negative reviews can benefit products that are evaluated based on personal ... full story
Mar. 31, 2015 Does hearing about a company's charitable donations raise your opinion of their products? According to a new study, corporate social responsibility leads consumers to believe products are better ... full story
Mar. 30, 2015 A new study of freelance workers has discovered key factors that affect their well-being – either making them happier or increasing anxiety and risking ... full story
Mar. 26, 2015 Researchers suggest that your brain is most likely deploying an 'index strategy,' a straightforward ranking of products, when you shop. It may not be an absolutely perfect calculation, ... full story
Mar. 25, 2015 As employees and employers face higher health care costs, work site wellness are becoming increasingly more important to help control the costs of health care and encourage healthy lifestyle ... full story
Mar. 25, 2015 The Federal Reserve could help create even more jobs by keeping interest rates near zero and tolerating a little inflation, an economist ... full story
Mar. 25, 2015 Noisy and cramped conditions in trains, planes and airports are discouraging many commuters and business people from working while travelling, new research ... full story
Mar. 24, 2015 The new Steve Jobs biopic, 'Becoming Steve Jobs,' paints a picture of a less arrogant, humbler leader than previously thought. It portrays a softer side of Jobs that executives at Apple say ... full story
Mar. 24, 2015 Machine-made products today are often of very good quality, and many are relatively cheaper than their handmade counterparts. But they are missing the key ingredient of “love,” according to a new ... full story
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- How long do firms live? Finding patterns of company mortality in market data
- Interview blues: Anxious, slow talkers often do not get the job
- Negotiating: Careful choice of words increases chances of success
- Cultivating timeflow: Can consumers shape how they experience time?
- Saving money: Do consumers spend less if they think about the future?
- When are consumers more likely to rely on feelings to make decisions?
- How are ordinary consumers transforming the fashion business?
- A matter of taste: When do products benefit from mixed reviews?
- Do consumers think products are better when companies donate to charity?
- Study sheds light on homebuyer types
- Worked-based wellness programs reduce weight
- New study of freelance workers examines link between their well-being and hours worked
- Work site wellness centers equate to weight loss and health care savings, expert says
- How a little inflation could lead to a lot more jobs
- Power vest helps lift heavy loads on the job
- Business people prefer working in their cars instead of trains, planes and airports
- Study provides academic support for new Steve Jobs portrayal
- Consumers value handmade products: What's love got to do with it?
- High-energy TV commercials: Too much stress for consumers?
- What is the definition of 'natural' foods? Consumers want to know
- Preparing for natural disasters: What policies protect the vulnerable consumer?
- Use your real name: Online communication details that affect sales
- Firms don't use controversial skimming/penetration strategies to price products
- Apple of the mind's eye: how good is our memory of everyday visual stimuli?
- Breadth vs. depth: Why some researchers are inclined to span boundaries, others to remain within them
- Meat and poultry recalls: What food firms, investors should know
- New work schedule could cure your 'social jetlag'
- Actresses must be picky about with whom they work to survive in movie industry
- Is US immigration policy 'STEMming' innovation?
- Assessing feedback interactions in a creative setting
- Slick mobile payments may rebound on retailers
- 'Sugar papers' reveal industry role in 1970s U.S. National Caries Program, analysis shows
- New model of cybercrime factors in perishability of stolen data
- Being 'laid off' leads to a decade of distrust
- March Madness brackets: Flipping a coin is your best bet
- CEO bonuses could cost companies in the long term
- Work-family conflict linked to verbal abuse
- Detecting deception online is not so easy
- Real estate index examines whether it’s better to buy or rent a home
- Product placement, branding growing in popular music
- Cooperative communities emerge in transparent social networks
- Content creators leave social networks when messaging gets too easy
- Measuring the marketing effectiveness of asking versus telling
- How to identify, better manage effective sales-force hunters and farmers
- Calling your bluff: Supervisors easily sniff out what drives a worker
- Workplace lifestyle intervention program improves health
- National economy is best predictor of job satisfaction
- Launching a new brand: Is partnering with a popular brand a good idea?
- Deciding on a purchase: Does it matter if you look up or down while shopping?
- Think twice about investing in own company
- Taking madness out of March Madness
- International marketing: Are store brands becoming a global phenomenon?
- Stark inequalities in aging as UK government encourages people to work longer
- Consumer behavior and free trials: What makes a customer stay?
- Blockbusters: Can EEGs predict a movie's success better than surveys?
- Predicting consumer preferences? Do NOT walk a mile in their shoes
- Fundraising 101: Tempting alternatives increase willingness to donate
- Workplace negativity can hurt productivity
- Why companies don't learn from their mistakes
- The sound of intellect: Job seeker's voice reveals intelligence
- Amphetamine gets the job done: Using drugs to work long hours
- How social media can help, hurt companies during product recalls
- When it comes to an opening number, sometimes the best bargaining move is to offer two
- Basic personality changes linked to unemployment, study finds
- Leader of the pack: Study of voles and owls show rise of individuals with greatest influence on collective group behavior
- How income fraud made the housing bubble worse
- Women seek greater variety in men and consumer products near ovulation
- How to avoid a bad hire
- Workplace bullying a vicious circle
- Treadmill desks offer limited benefits, pose challenges in the workplace, study shows
- Research shows benefits of silicon carbide for sensors in harsh environments
- An Internet of Things reality check
- Increasing individualism in US linked with rise of white-collar jobs
- Novel method projects growth potential of new firms: Which tech businesses will thrive?
- Researchers to begin work with news organizations in an effort to advance aerial journalism
- Choosing a cell phone, prescription drug plan or new car? Read this first
- Customers who binge-consume are more valuable, says study
- Can we talk? Patients may avoid topic of work-related asthma for fear of losing jobs
- Keep your enemies close? Study finds greater proximity to opponents leads to more polarization
- Finding valuable materials in metallurgical dumps
- Interconnected IT for business models in rural areas
- Amazon.com benefits from collaboration between competing firms