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Super-rich rarely start from scratch

The most prosperous business tycoons in Norway have usually had well-heeled parents. Bulging pockets tend to be a bigger initial asset than visionary talent.

Voicing concern that industry funding distorts academic research

Director of bioethics program urges researchers to look at how money from the industry influences their work.

The key to success for entrepreneur companies

Funding from both local and international capitalists result in long-lasting success and makes it more likely to become a listed company. Particularly in developing countries.

Investing with both our heads and our hearts

Do we listen to our heads or our hearts when investing? Researchers have investigated what motivates customers to invest in green funds.

Foreign investors stimulate the Norwegian economy

Foreign investors provides Norwegian listed companies with access to cheaper capital, according to new study.