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Testosterone Risk Taking

Why the Masculine Face? Genetic Evidence Reveals Drawbacks of Hypermasculine Features

Rob Brooks | Posted 04.01.2014 | Science
Rob Brooks

A new paper deals a substantial blow to the idea that masculine men make good genetic sires. Of course, the genes that confer masculinity on both sons and daughters might have other positive effects, including but not limited to improved immunity. That remains to be assessed.

Testosterone In Young Male CEOs Influences M&A Deals, Study Says

Huffington Post | William Alden | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

A CEO's testosterone level can determine his company's most major decisions, says a study by researchers at University of British Columbia's Sauder Sc...

Wall Street: Women The Female Factor

nytimes.com | GERALDINE FABRIKANT | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

Women have always been drawn to finance in smaller numbers than men. But after nearly two decades of increased hiring and promotion of women on Wall S...

New Fund Aims For High Returns By Strategically Investing In Companies With Female Management

Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

More than a year after overleveraging and mismanaged risk provoked a financial crisis that sent the global economy on a perilous downward spiral, anal...