What’s in a tweet? The power of Twitter to predict bond market performance

An award-winning research team expands their Twitter analysis from stock returns to the corporate bond market.

Strength in numbers

Business quickly became personal for Bethany Lares (BS Accountancy '20, MACC '22), who lost her mom and found a support system at W. P. Carey.

How trademarks reveal the hidden innovation of companies

A new study shows trademarks can be a better measure of innovation than patents for certain industries.

Understanding artificial intelligence spending by the U.S. federal government

Researchers, including an ASU accountancy professor, explore federal financial transactions and exchanges to understand the government market for AI work, the hardware, software, and services being purchased, as well as legislators who allocate the money, program managers who spend the money, and

What a foreign accent says about a CEO to investors

CEOs with foreign accents get more respect from investors. That's the finding of research by Leonardo Barcellos, an assistant professor of accounting.

Arizona community college students can pursue accounting at ASU with help from the Deloitte Foundation

ASU, with the assistance of the Deloitte Foundation, to give select Maricopa Community College students scholarship funding to pursue an undergraduate degree in accounting at ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business.

What motivates financial journalists

Only 29% of adults in the United States say they trust the news most of the time, and studies suggest many have begun avoiding news media altogether out of skepticism about whether what they’re seeing is true. For financial journalists, however, a new study from ASU could change this.

New notes on sales

When Jeremy Razar (BS Accountancy ’94) was between jobs in the summer of 2018, he was finally able to embrace the musical passions that his software sales career had devoured for 27 years after graduating from W. P. Carey.

Consulting giant McKinsey allegedly fed the opioid crisis. Now affiliates may profit from treatment

McKinsey's wholly-owned hedge fund affiliate, MIO Partners, holds indirect stakes in addiction treatment centers and a maker of overdose treatments.

You are not alone: Student mental health in business schools

What one professor wants struggling students to know based off his experience with seemingly striving students.