When CEOs admit they have failed, stock analysts value their companies more highly: UBC study
Business leaders rarely want to take responsibility for unfavourable firm performance — but a new study from UBC Sauder shows that when they do, they can actually boost the value of their companies.
Sep 28, 2023
UBC Sauder study finds CEOs turfed too soon by short-sighted investors
CEOs of publicly traded companies are fired too quickly, putting firms at a long-term disadvantage, shows a forthcoming UBC Sauder School of Business study.
Feb 11, 2016