Mendoza School of Business

CEO pilots bolder in decision-making

Published: August 11, 2011 / Author: Mendoza College

A CEO who seeks adventure in life, for example, by flying a private
airplane, is more likely to be equally bold in
executing management decisions, says a new research.

The study links the personality traits of high flying executives with
mergers and acquisitions.

It was co-authored by Stephen McKeon and Matthew Cain, assistant professors
of finance at the Universities of Oregon and Notre Dame, respectively.

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