Securitisation does not deserve the opprobrium heaped on it during the credit crisis, says Cass research. Now banks are once again set to sell-on loans and mortgages, reports Steve Lodge.

Sustainability can work seamlessly and save money if it is linked directly to strategy, says a Cass study. Jeremy Hazlehurst reports.

Micro-blogs can have a powerful effect on a movie's opening weekend box-office success, according to an academic study of four million social network messages. Charles Arthur reports.

Asian countries now make up half the top ten deal destinations. Vicky Meek looks at the rise and rise of Asia and the Gulf states.

Two Cass academics debate whether new legislation should even up the boardroom battle of the sexes.

Companies are sitting on huge piles of cash - but Cass research shows that splashing out on acquisitions and buybacks could benefit shareholders and the economy.

Momentum investing can be a winning strategy in foreign exchange but the risks may be too high, according to research by Professor Lucio Sarno at Cass. Steve Lodge reports.

As Cass Business School celebrates ten years of its name - it changed from City University Business School in August 2002 - the Directors of some of Cass's influential Research Centres look ahead at the issues their sectors will face over the next decade.

Does it pay companies to hire expensive top-tier advisers for M&A? New research shows it does, and on a significant scale, writes William Wright.