Professor of Marketing Ruth Bolton's research shows that businesses must integrate the digital, physical, and social realms to deliver stellar customer service.

Assistant Professor of Finance Luke Stein and his co-author considered directors on the boards of public companies and asked if there’s a difference between the times when they are likely to do a good job and the times when they're likely to do a bad job.

Professor of Economics Basit Zafar and his partner in the project are the first to examine the impacts of grant aid on homeownership, neighborhood characteristics, and credit outcomes in early adulthood.

The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University has announced a new gift honoring an ASU emeritus faculty member and one of the most prominent thought leaders in behavioral research.

Is it better to stand out or fit in? It's a critical question for businesses. Recent research by Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Heewon Chae shows how being different can be a competitive advantage.