:17 New research from the Cass Business School, the University of Warwick and the University of Wisconsin shows that women ask for wage rises just as often as men, but men are 25% more likely to get a raise when they ask. What's your take Image Reports, 2 weeks ago
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New study suggests women do ask for a pay rise but don't get it - Executary News, 2 weeks ago
Intralinks, a leading global provider of Virtual Data Room software and services for managing M&A transactions, has announced the release of Attractive M&A Targets: Part 1 what do buyers look for?, a report based on a new study into what makes a ...Supply Chain Asia, 1 week ago New Research Reveals Predictors of Company Takeovers Business Wire, 1 week ago Energy firms most likely to be acquired: Intralinks DealStreetAsia, 5 days ago INTRALINKS : New Research Reveals Predictors of Company Takeovers 4 Traders, 1 week ago
DETROIT , Aug. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --Cass Tech High School and University of Michigan graduate and entrepreneur Shawn Ward , founder of Ward and Fifth Consulting , today announced he has opened a branch of his agency in Detroit's Eastern Market and ...International Business Times, 1 month ago After three years (and counting), Homecoming finds a place Crains Detroit Business, 4 days ago
While progress has been made on bringing women in the boardroom, there remains a gaping divide in the top ranks of business. Education is often championed as the key to economic empowerment, but here too, business schools fall short on enrolling ...BusinessBecause, 6 hours ago Identity trajectories: Explaining patterns of identity change and persistence in four non-profit organisations. Lancaster University Management School, 14 hours ago Women in business: Significant increase in female candidates to Cass Business School for its tenth intake Al Watan Voice, 1 day ago Significant increase in women candidates to Cass Business School for its tenth intake Business Intelligence Middle East, 1 day ago
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Mon, 26/09/2016 - 12:22 Tags : A new paper from Cass Business School Professors Andrew Clare, Stephen Thomas and Dr Nick Motson, and supported by Invesco PowerShares, finds that the fallen angels phenomenon can offer the opportunity to enhance the ...Wealth Adviser, 3 days ago Cass paper analyses fallen angels phenomenon ETF Strategy, 3 days ago
Well, the eggheads at Cass Business School have teamed up with New York-based M&A software giant Intralinks to pinpoint exactly what potential suitors look for in an acquisition. In a study - Attractive M&A Targets: Part 1 - what do buyers look ...Interactive Investor, 1 week ago
How important is experience in investing? A recent study from the Cass Business School in London sought to discover whether active managers with long tenures outperformed their less-experienced peers. Fund managers with at least 10 years of ...AiCIO, 2 weeks ago
Forthcoming research from Cass Business School and the Bank of International Settlements has found that newly proposed currency valuation metrics display strong predictive power for exchange rates, offering valuable insights for global policymakers ...PhysOrg.com, 2 weeks ago
Costing care: New approaches to means-testing and funding adult social care. An ILC-UK, IFoA and Cass Business School joint event.
Wednesday 14th December 2016, 16:00 (for 16:30 start) - 18:30 (followed by a short drinks reception), Staple Inn Hall, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ Dear Colleague, We are delighted to invite you to the ...International Longevity Centre.org.uk, 2 weeks ago
Ford Goes Big to Support First-Ever Detroit Tiny Homes Neighborhood Led By Cass Community Social Services
DETROIT--( BUSINESS WIRE )-- Ford Motor Company is making a major investment in Cass Community Social Services tiny homes project, an innovative Detroit neighborhood revitalization plan aimed at providing affordable housing for low-and-moderate ...Auto Focus Asia, 3 weeks ago FORD MOTOR : Goes Big to Support First-Ever Detroit Tiny Homes Neighborhood Led By Cass Community Social Services 4 Traders, 3 weeks ago
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