John W. Rogers, Jr. Receives InvestmentNews Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion Lifetime Achievement Award
John W. Rogers, Jr. is recognized by InvestmentNews for his lifelong commitment to diversity and inclusion—both in the asset management industry and beyond.
Why China Is a Bigger Problem for the Global Economy Than You Think
In the Midyear Barron’s Roundtable, Rupal Bhansali reviews her latest stock picks, and why she believes it is time to switch from FAANG to MANG.
The New York Times Corner Office with Mellody Hobson
Mellody Hobson tells her story about transitioning from a child desperate to understand money into a senior financial executive, overseeing billions of dollars while using her position to empower others economically.
Buy, Sell or Hold
Charlie discusses value versus growth, and how patient investing takes advantage of stock market inefficiencies.
How A No. 1 Fund Survived: Lessons Learned From The Great Recession
While many investors panicked, Ariel remained committed to a time-tested investment strategy that has fueled our success for more than 35 years.
A closer look at the research and analysis that take place during the lifetime of featured Ariel stock holdings
Leslie Brun, Chairman and CEO of Sarr Group, LLC, has been appointed to the Ariel Investments Board of Directors.
Charlie Bobrinskoy shares lessons learned, favorite stocks, and behavioral finance traps with Consuelo Mack
Ariel Fund is recognized as a top-performing fund in the Midcap Core category by Lipper
Ariel Investments board member, and University of Notre Dame professor, Dr. Martijn Cremers makes the case for active management
John W. Rogers, Jr. on the key characteristics that set our firm apart from others
Rupal J. Bhansali explains her unique approach to managing potential risks as well as returns
We are delighted to share a sample of the non-profit organizations our firm supports
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