Innovation and Economics - Business/Economics

Business - Dec 13
One in three people commit "financial infidelity", with potentially toxic consequences for their relationships, according to a study co-led by UCL which is thought to be the first to investigate the concept. Romantic relationships are built on trust, but partners are not always honest about their financial behaviour - they often hide spending, debt, and savings from one another.
Business - Dec 10
Business

A key decision companies face when expanding overseas is where to set up shop. Although businesses generally refrain from expanding to geographically and culturally distant countries, the importance of such considerations varies based on a company's size and adaptability.

Business - Dec 9
Business

It's not a one-size-fits-all solution, according to new research from Rice. Within the past couple of years, Starbucks and Sephora have come under fire for racial insensitivity.

Business - Nov 25

A CMU study finds recent increase in fine particulate matter are associated with more premature deaths in U.S In the United States, annual average levels of fine particulate matter - PM2.5, a measure of solid particles and liquid droplets that are 2.5 micrometers or smaller found in the air - declined 24% from 2009 to 2016, then increased 5% between 2016 to 2018.

Environment - Dec 10

Low-productivity agricultural land could be transformed into millions of hectares of conservation reserves across the world, according to University of Queensland-led research. The research team proposed a new way of understanding the conservation value of “uncontested lands” - areas where agricultural productivity is low.

Business - Nov 27

As millions of people begin their holiday shopping, they'll come across many familiar tricks online. In some cases, sites will hype limited-time deals with a countdown clock, warn you that the product you're looking at is running out of stock, or tell you that 65 people in your area have recently purchased the item.

Business - Nov 20

Government leaders must set a good example to the business community if they want to eliminate corporate corruption, a new study reveals. Financial incentives and criminal punishment will not root out corrupt business practices, but a government culture of honesty, integrity and strong leadership could help to cure corruption.

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