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Cambridge Business Magazine: Link between elections and company directors highlighted

Companies whose directors are connected to winning US gubernatorial candidates increase in value and are more likely to receive state subsidies, loans and tax credits, says new study co-authored by Bang Dang Nguyen, University Lecturer in Finance at Cambridge Judge…

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Gubernatorial spoils study: ‘All politics is local’

Companies whose directors are connected to winning US gubernatorial candidates increase in value and are more likely to receive state subsidies, loans and tax credits, says new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. The late Speaker of the US…

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The Economist: Who wins when a politician wins

Companies whose directors are connected to winning US gubernatorial candidates increase in value and are more likely to receive state subsidies, loans and tax credits, says new study co-authored by Bang Dang Nguyen, University Lecturer in Finance at Cambridge Judge…

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Business Review Europe: CEOs? Publish and be damned!

More news about a company's chief executive - positive and not - is good news when it comes to the firm's valuation, according to a study at Cambridge Judge Business School. "The study shows that, in the long term, if…

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Director: No such thing as bad press

More news about a company’s chief executive – positive and not – is good news when it comes to the firm’s valuation, according to a study by Bang Dang Nguyen, University Lecturer in Finance and Director of the MPhil in…

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CEO media coverage

For firm valuation, more news (good and bad) about CEOs is good news. More news about a company's chief executive - positive and not - is good news when it comes to the firm's valuation, according to a study at…

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Financial Times: Column inches aid share prices

The more media coverage a chief executive gets the better his company’s shares perform, says research by Bang Dang Nguyen, University Lecturer in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School. The study looked at Fortune 500 chief executives from 1992 to…

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Education Times: Are CEOs underpaid?

A large body of research, and many politicians and leaders, argue that executive compensation is excessive. But, without a measure of their perceived contribution to shareholder value, a true assessment is difficult. Research by Dr Bang Dang Nguyen into CEO…

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Yahoo! News Spain: How sudden death of CEO impacts company’s stock market

The report links the stock market reaction to executive pay, calculating gain or loss if the value of the firms after a death may be related to whether those managers charged in excess or below what I deserved. On research…

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The Economist: The final reckoning

In their study, Bang Dang Nguyen from Cambridge Judge Business School and Kasper Meisner Nielsen of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology looked at how firms’ shares react when the chief executive or another prominent manager dies suddenly.…

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