The study, from Enrico Cantoni at the University of Bologna and Vincent Pons at Harvard Business School, found that voter ID laws don’t decrease voter turnout, including that of minority voters. Nor do they have a detectable effect on voter fraud — which is extremely rare in the US, anyway.
Read more: A new study finds voter ID laws don’t reduce voter fraud — or voter turnout
Voter ID laws are often proposed as an antidote to election fraud. There’s just one problem, according to Vincent Pons. They don’t work.
Read more: Voter ID Laws Don’t Work (But They Don’t Hurt Anything, Either)
Samsung just announced its Galaxy S10 family of phones but it is making the same mistakes as Apple.
Read more: Samsung is making the same mistakes as Apple did with its new phones
Lyft’s larger rival Uber Technologies still needs several more weeks for its IPO preparations, the sources said, putting it behind Lyft.
Read more: Lyft plans to launch IPO roadshow week of March 18
Semis stocks are on a tear. Two experts lay out the three ways to get in on the space.
Read more: Semis are the hottest trade of the year. Here are 3 ways to play it
Pinterest has taken the boldest step thus far among the largest tech giants in blocking bad health advice.
Read more: Pinterest cracks down on anti-vaxxers, pressuring Facebook to follow
The move is a familiar black eye for Google-owned YouTube, which frequently battles content moderation challenges.
Read more: Nestle and others have suspended YouTube ads over news of a pedophile network on the site
Exhibition on the financial giant’s history gives a peek into U.S. business development — and Baker Library’s vast collection
Read more: How Lehman became Lehman
Teresa AMABILE: It’s false. Many creative people do have dysfunctional families but not every creative person has a dysfunctional family.
Read more: Where Do Good Ideas Come From?
BOSTON—Harvard Business School Online is launching two new courses this spring for professionals looking to broaden their business skills and accelerate their careers. Leadership Principles will help new and aspiring leaders unleash their potential and cultivate high-performing teams. Global Business will help individuals turn the uncertainty of today’s global economy into business opportunities.
Read more: Harvard Business School Online Announces Two New Courses, Leadership Principles and Global Business