Financial Decision Making

Business Insider: I’m not sure what the appropriate reaction is to this study, so I’ll let you decide. New research led by Elaine Wong at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has found that CEOs with wider faces tend to lead their companies to better financial performance than CEOs whose faces are More

Daily Mail: If you are measuring indications of how well a company will perform, look no further than the shape of the CEO’s face. New research shows male corporate leaders with wider faces, such as Herb Kelleher, former CEO of Southwest Airlines, and Jeff Immelt, CEO of General Electric, demonstrate More

CBS News: The shape of a CEO’s face can predict his company’s financial performance, according to a new study in which researchers analyzed photos of 55 male chief executive officers of Fortune 500 businesses. The crucial feature: Facial width. Corporate leaders with faces that were wide relative to their length More

Bloomberg: Chief executive officers with wide heads perform better financially than those with long faces, the Daily Telegraph reported, citing a study in the journal Psychological Science. Men with wider faces tend to have higher testosterone levels, making them more aggressive, which explains the link between face shape and company More