SEC encourages graphics in disclosures, but this practice may help executives more than shareholders
What happens when data is excluded?
It’s public and free and could help auditors
Withholding renewal of a supply agreement can be more powerful than other carrots and sticks
Recognition by peers leads to longer, more thoughtful online reviews and discussion threads
U.S. efforts to encourage transparency widely ignored by companies
Sharing the technology’s weak work product negatively influences the quality of its output going forward
Overlapping tasks among workers well acquainted with each other reduce the need for managers
Popular in business schools and executive suites, it’s no longer a meaningful way to compare companies
Also: De-macho-ing job ads alters the applicant pool; old bank learning new tricks
Police patrol Black areas more frequently than others with similar homicide rates and income levels
An upfront fee for taking Medicaid patients could shorten stays
Women — and some men — more inclined to apply for positions
In China, patent data shows commercial banks’ use of new technologies helps improve efficiency and reduce risk
When they’re forced to pay up for deposits, it’s a bad sign for area’s economy
As index fees decline, will funds draw big money away from bonds?