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America's Superstar Companies Are a Drag on Growth
Lack of competition lets them gouge consumers, underpay workers and invest too little.
Lehavy Suggests That Overnight Trading Is Affected by Sentiment
By combing through 23 years of overnight stock-trading history, Michigan Ross Professor Reuven Lehavy and two California researchers have uncovered a method of measuring the impact of investor sentiment on individual companies.
Shakespeare Speaks to WSJ About Accounting’s Future
Will automation lead to the death of accountants? U-M Professor Cathy Shakespeare says no. Though basic bookkeeping can be handled by software, there’s still a strong need for well-trained accountants who can interpret the results.
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