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Market performance under Republican presidents may be in part due to timing.
Why understanding dramatic economic events requires searching for the narratives that underlie them.
Venture capitalists doling out millions to back big ideas may be less interested in the product than in the people developing the product, research suggests.
Superstition pervades finance, real estate, and corporate settings. Managers and marketers can use it to their advantage.