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Most stockmarket returns come from a tiny fraction of shares

Research by Professor of Finance Hendrik Bessembinder explains why investing in modish companies, known as FAANG (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google), are the preferred choice among investors.

W. P. Carey Executive MBA ranked No. 12 in the world

The W. P. Carey Executive MBA was recently ranked No. 12 in the world by The Economist, making it the second-highest ranked EMBA program offered by a public institution in the U.S.

What does America's falling birth rate mean to the economy? Just look at Arizona

Tom Rex, associate director of the Center for Competitiveness and Prosperity Research, a unit of the L. William Seidman Research Institute, explains one reason why Arizona's birth rate is falling faster than anywhere in America.

How just five stocks drive so much of the market's growth

A small number of stocks drive the returns of the market. Professor of Finance Hendrik Bessembinder's research explains why this means indexing makes sense.

Do your employees feel respected?

Feeling appreciated by superiors is the No. 1 leadership trait, according to a recent survey. Two studies by management professors help us understand why.