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Study Finds Investors Predict Tech and Finance Companies With More Gender Diversity Will See Stock Prices Rise

A study by Stanford University, Northwestern University, Dartmouth College and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology found investors are more likely to bet that a company will see its stock prices rise if it reported “higher-than-average” gender diversity among its staff. The study’s authors, David P. Daniels, Jennifer E. Dannals,Thomas…

Scholarship and Drug Discovery at Novartis

(Originally published Dec. 6 on LinkedIn) Today we learned that Novartis is among the top three companies in the world for high-quality science, notably topping the list of collaborative institutions in Nature Index’s Science 2017. Honored to be included in the @Nature Index for our contributions to science and academic…

Scholarship and Drug Discovery at Novartis

(Originally published Dec. 6 on LinkedIn) Today we learned that Novartis is among the top three companies in the world for high-quality science, notably topping the list of collaborative institutions in Nature Index’s Science 2017. Honored to be included in the @Nature Index for our contributions to science and academic…

Are Blacks More Likely to Get Alzheimer's

Photo by Shutterstock Blacks may be at greater risk of getting Alzheimer’s than whites, according to a new study. But there are a lot of questions about the research. Dr. Allan Levey, Director of Emory University’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, said the study was significant as the first large-scale genetic…

Win the Talent War: Best Practices for Efficient Recruiting

Diversity Recruitment Research provides a look at five key studies on recruitment, a vital strategy for helping companies build and maintain a diverse, high-quality workforce. We looked at academic and trade publications and give you this sampling for your learning: Winning the Race for Talent in Emerging Markets By Douglas…

Cultural Impacts on Retirement Planning

New research shows that while Americans of all backgrounds encounter similar barriers to saving and planning, cultural differences account for disparate experiences among different ethnic groups. The “Retirement Revealed” study from ING U.S.provides key findings that examine the attitudes, behaviors and preparedness of these groupsincluding Blacks, Latinos and Asiansregarding their…