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If you’re a fledgling entrepreneur, chances are you’ll be seeking venture capital. But there are other sources of money
Rating agencies stand accused of not being tough enough when assessing companies’ debts. But what if the truth is more nuanced?
Calls to regulate the mutual-fund industry are premature
Research by Ahmed Tahoun reveals the changing fortunes of firms associated with Mubarak’s Egypt
How exactly is value created? New research shows the performance of private-equity-owned companies is driven by two major factors
Aleksander A. Aleszczyk
Are there patterns in the performance of stock market investments? And can they be exploited?
Chris Higson explores whether or not to slash rates is the right way for nations to attract big businesses
Financial forecasts by analysts who work for banks and brokerages are viewed more favourably than their detractors like to suggest
Kweku Adoboli is the latest in a long line of City traders convicted of fraud. How do they justify their actions – and can it be prevented?
When money is tight, it pays to be your own banker, explains Rui Silva
Low-paid jobs in big firms pay above the going rate, driving more automation and leading to fewer jobs, observes Rui Silva
Elections are swung by ratings agencies, says Rui Silva.
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Richard Brealey Professor of Corporate Governance; Professor of Finance
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