Consumers blame both manufacturer and retailer when products fail, study shows

Does accountability always work? Workplace bias suppression can be difficult to sustain, study shows

Humans vs. automation: Service center agents can outperform technology, study shows

The downside of loyalty: Study reveals why some organizational cover-ups go unchecked

Director retention does not necessarily facilitate post-acquisition firm performance, study shows

Tech Ethics Lab director testifies before House Financial Services Committee on digital identity solutions

‘Service with a smile’ plus tipping leads to sexual harassment for majority of service employees, study shows

‘Disagreeable’ married men who shirk domestic responsibilities earn more at work, study shows

The Commencement of the Notre Dame Class of 2021

Study reveals new options to help firms improve the food recall process

Colonial Pipeline cyberattack reveals national infrastructure vulnerabilities, expert says

Peers who boost marginalized voices help others, and themselves, study shows

Supreme Court case risks government censorship of young people’s protected political and religious expression, expert says

Justice vs. fairness: Supervisors focused on others’ needs get ‘benefit of the doubt’ from employees, study shows

SCOTUS donor privacy case could have ramifications for dark money in elections, expert says

Degrees of happiness? Formal education does not lead to greater job satisfaction, study shows

Banning of international spectators from Tokyo Olympics adds to massive challenges, expert says

Syria airstrikes a grave violation of international law, expert says

Internet access spending in public school districts increases test scores, but also disciplinary problems, study shows

Apple-Facebook feud shows tech giants’ tremendous market gatekeeping powers, expert says

Marketing has major benefits for entrepreneurs in emerging markets, study shows

Automakers delay recalls to minimize stock penalties, avoid being the first safety issue in news cycle, study shows

Saver or spender? People are not as financially responsible as they may think, study shows

Quality suffers for audit offices that emphasize non-audit services, study shows

Bergstrand delivers keynote, testifies before USITC to evaluate impact of US trade agreements

‘We’re not there yet,’ expert says as MLB hires first female GM

Unique access: Doctors, nurses in COVID-19 epicenter aided by proactive personality

You drive like a girl: Study uncovers gender bias in perceptions of ride-sharing performance

SCOTUS foster agency case presents important questions on balance between religious freedom and antidiscrimination laws, experts say

Is Big Tech too big? Focus should be on consumers, not firm size, expert says