Over the past two decades, the share of senior corporate executives holding national political office has increased in the United States as well as some other countries. Some are beginning to question the future implications on policy, including Associate Professor of Finance Ilona Babenka.

When a company succeeds to the point that other firms come calling with merger or acquisition offers, the thinking goes, those stock options will turn into big payoffs for the employees. However, new research shows it generally doesn’t work out that way.

Keeping nonprofit chief executive officers out of meetings when members of their boards discuss or vote on compensation can lead to these CEOs making less money and working harder.

ASU finance professor explains the ins and outs of emerging technology.

With the stock market constantly shifting, looking at the long-term is better than the day-to-day returns, according to Clinical Associate Professor of Finance Geoffrey Smith.