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After Harvey, some companies gouged prices and others volunteered their space. How companies react during disasters stems from the moral views of firm decision-makers.
During a crisis, outsiders view leaders who only show no sadness, only anger as less effective as research by Rice Business professor D. Brent Smith shows.
Chronic loneliness could lead people to self-sabotage when reaching out to others, making loneliness a self-perpetuating—and painful—cycle.
Rice Business Professor Anastasiya Zavyalova explains why pre-existing moral codes are essential for companies in crisis.
Delivery-based grocery shopping is growing, but the online future of grocery shopping might be overhyped, as Rice Business professor Scott Sonenshein explains.