A finance professor gives seven basic insights to better understand angel investors.
A lesson on post-crisis financial stress disorder from 18th century Amsterdam.
New research suggests American investors may have overreacted to this form of going public.
A finance professor says big banks need tougher capital regulations — for our sake, and for theirs.
A group of researchers say you should buy paintings if you like looking at them, but not to make money.
A group of economists turns to an unusual source for funding: strangers.
A novel tax-reform strategy in Europe reduces subsidies for taking on debt.
Institutional investors often favor deals close to home — even though it can cost them dearly.
It’s simple, says the Nobel Prize winner: To get greater returns for retirement, be mindful of investment costs – and don’t look to the market for sympathy.
Over time, financial statements of public corporations show more losses, intangibles, and earnings restatements, which lower their value for predicting corporate bankruptcies.