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Leadership: Page 5

Think twice before moving your company to tax haven
Tax havenJune 25, 2018 ET
Some large, publicly held companies are incorporated in tax haven countries, ostensibly to increase value for shareholders.
If you use envy to sell you may fall spectacularly
Employing envyJune 18, 2018 ET
For decades, marketers have used envy to sell, attempting to cash in on consumers\' desire to want what others have. But does it actually work?
If you are thinking about merger, this is good news for your investors
MergerJune 11, 2018 ET
Shareholder value and market share improve when companies merge, confirms a new study from the University of Waterloo.
Do you really have to motivate your employees all the time?
MotivationJune 4, 2018 ET
If you ask anybody what a great leader should do, motivation would be most probably on the top of the answers list. But stop for a moment and let\'s ask ourselves: What does it really mean if you need to constantly motivate your workers?
How to safeguard intellectual property when expanding into risky countries
S intellectual propertyMay 31, 2018 ET
In 2015, Pfizer pharmaceutical company invested $14 million in Chile to launch the Center of Excellence in Precision Medicine, focusing on developing new genome-based diagnostic technologies for cancer.
You can't judge a book by its cover but consumer looking for eco products do exactly that
Eco friendly productsMay 21, 2018 ET
You can\'t judge a book by its cover, goes the saying. Yet, that\'s exactly what people do, according to new research from Stanford mechanical engineer Erin MacDonald and visiting researcher Ping Du.
Design of your company should follow the number of customers in it
Desing of your companyMay 17, 2018 ET
When you\'re waiting in a busy restaurant or doctor\'s office, it may matter whether the tables, light fixtures and other objects are round or square.
Companies with closer CEO pay ratios may generate higher profit per worker
CEO payMay 14, 2018 ET
For decades, publicly traded companies have disclosed their CEO pay. And ever since, they\'ve been dogged by criticism that the pay is often not justified by the company\'s performance.
If you want crowdfunding money let your wife ask for it
Crowdfunding effortsMay 10, 2018 ET
While men have benefited from a gender bias against women when seeking financing for business start-ups, the opposite may be true for female entrepreneurs seeking initial investment through crowdfunding efforts, according to research from Indiana University\'s Kelley School of Business.
If the board offers you First 100 Days, just say no
First 100 DaysMay 7, 2018 ET
The First 100 Days is a nice concept. As a new CEO you have time to walk around, learn about your new company, talk to people, see how it works... And you may end up with \"A man with no courage\" nickname.
In the surcharge blame game, companies lose
External surchargesMay 3, 2018 ET
Companies may bear the brunt of the blame for imposing surcharges on consumers, even when an outside agency foisted those charges on the company, according to an international team of researchers.
Study explores impact of firms' restatements on loans
Restatements on loansApril 26, 2018 ET
When a company makes a mistake in its financial statements, it has to reissue them, which can have serious consequences including a loss in market value and investor confidence.
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