An ASU finance expert answers six questions about 0% credit cards for WalletHub.
ASU finance expert says she sees a disconnect with her students and real-world money tips. Here are three lessons she says parents could share with their children.
Exhale. That's the advice from several financial experts who said investors shouldn't do anything rash with their 401(k) retirement accounts amid a turbulent stock market.
Diversified index funds that reflect the market as a whole are a much less risky way to invest in stocks and bonds than buying individual securities.
Environmental, social, and governance investing poses little cost to investors, according to a study from ASU researchers.
According to an ASU finance expert, there isn't one perfect business credit card for an organization because it depends on what a company is looking for — from big initial rewards bonuses and generous ongoing rewards, to 0% introductory APRs, or $0 fees.
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.
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.
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.
ASU finance professor explains the ins and outs of emerging technology.