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What’s insider trading and why it’s a big problem

Alexander Kurov, West Virginia University and Marketa Wolfe, Skidmore College There’s a growing bipartisan push to prohibit members of...

Why are investors so cocky? They often have a biased memory...

Philip Fernbach, University of Colorado Boulder and Daniel Walters, INSEAD The Research Brief is a short take about interesting...

Investors swoon over Bumble’s IPO – but what exactly is an...

Jonathan T. Fluharty-Jaidee, West Virginia University Bumble raised US$2.15 billion in an initial public offering, or IPO, late on...

The Life and Mission of Atul Tandon, Recipient of Life &...

Ending Extreme Poverty Atul Tandon is fighting for one big goal: to end extreme poverty in his lifetime.  An Indian-born banker, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who is...

Should Trump shut down the stock market? 4 questions answered

Jonathan T. Fluharty-Jaidee, West Virginia University Editor’s note: Financial markets across the globe have plunged repeatedly in recent weeks over concerns about the growing economic...

Why are there so few women CEOs?

Michael Holmes, Florida State University Women comprise about 47% of the U.S. workforce, yet they make up barely a quarter of all senior executives at...

How to invest if you’re worried a recession is coming

Alexander Kurov, West Virginia University Although the U.S. economy continues to grow and add jobs, talk of a recession is increasingly in the air due...

What’s an index fund?

Jordan Schoenfeld, Georgetown University The creation of the index fund in 1975 revolutionized investing, lowering costs for millions of ordinary investors. Their inventor John Bogle died...

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Study vindicates climate models accused of ‘missing the pause’

By Michael Hopkin, The Conversation Climate models can recreate the slowdown in global warming since 1998, as long as they correctly factor in crucial variables...