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Companies must get ready for a riskier world

Of all recently documented cyberbreaches, more than 60% occur through trusted vendors whose computer systems have been compromised by hackers.

USDA awards half-million grant to research from ASU that uses machine learning to reduce food waste

These tools will help retailers optimize their purchasing decisions to better match demand-flow.

Goal! How World Cup dominance impacts the U.S. women’s soccer team’s bargaining power

W. P. Carey Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship and CEO of the Arizona State University Global Sport Institute, Kenneth Shropshire studies sports and social impact, negotiation, and dispute resolution. He provides some more context and his thoughts about the U.S. women’s national soccer team push for pay equity.

Arizona offers incentives to businesses with checkered histories

CBS 5 Investigative Reporter Morgan Loew interviewed Emeritus Professor of Management Marianne Jennings about Gov. Doug Ducey's decision to cancel $1 million in incentives that were part of a package meant to lure Nike to the city of Goodyear, Arizona.

Shocker: The S&P 500 is underperforming the stock market

Only a small minority of the companies in the S&P 500 provides all of the index’s excess return over cash each year, according to research by Professor of Finance Hank Bessembinder, who is the Francis J. and Mary B. Labriola Endowed Chair in Competitive Business.