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Forbes

President Trump Makes His Pitch At Davos – 01/27/18
Article by Adjunct Professor Phil Levy analyzes President Trump’s speech in Davos, where he said the United States is open for business at attractive prices.

The Washington Post

Hold tight or splurge? Booming retirement accounts are making that a tough question – 01/27/18
Article quotes Professor Scott Baker on the increase in retirement savings spending. Also covered in the Chicago Tribune.

Chicago Tribune

Debt payments, Icelandic adventures, car repairs: How area workers are spending their tax cut bonuses – 01/26/18
Article quotes Professor Ben Harris on corporations’ likely underlying motivations that accompany tax cuts. Harris said the tax cuts will help corporations with finding and keeping workers in a tight labor market.

Forbes

Halo Top, and how to be The Beatles of your business – 01/26/18
Article by Adjunct Lecturer Paul Earle discusses the phenomenon of Halo Top ice cream and how it has made a Beatles-esque splash in the market.

Forbes

Ask Bankable: What is the best way to pay off debt? – 01/24/18
Article cites research by Professor Blakeley McShane on the ‘snowball approach’ to debt, which states people are more likely to get out of debt if they focus on paying off credit cards with the smallest balances.

Forbes

Net Neutrality, Customer Service and Big Brother: Who Controls Your Data Controls Your World – 01/24/18
Article by Professor Robert Wolcott looks to answer the questions of who controls our data and what should they be allowed to do with it? The article explores the different paths China, Europe, and the U.S. are taking to handle these questions.

New York Times

As U.S. Trumpets ‘America First,’ Rest of the World Is Moving On – 01/24/18
Article quotes Adjunct Professor Phil Levy, who argues that despite the president’s belief that the world economy would wait for America, in actuality the world is moving on without the United States.

The Wall Street Journal

Health-Care Costs Rose for Americans with Employer-Sponsored Insurance – 01/23/18
Article quotes Professor Craig Garthwaite, who said the Health Care Cost Institute did not account for inflation when making its report about increased inpatient spending. Garthwaite argues the increases would be smaller if the report used inflation-adjusted prices.

Forbes

Trump’s NAFTA Withdrawal Threat is Real – 01/22/18
Article by Adjunct Professor Phil Levy highlighting renegotiation talks for NAFTA, and the potential for President Trump to withdrawal from the agreement.

Pacific Standard

The Best Way to Combat Anti-Muslim Bias – 01/22/18
Article cites research from Professor Nour Kteily on the prevalence of Islamophobic attitudes and beliefs in the general public.

Harvard Business Review

6 Ways to Take Control of Your Career Development If Your Company Doesn’t Care About It – 01/19/18
Article by Professor Carter Cast offers advice on ways to develop your career skills with companies increasingly shying away from formal training programs.

The Hill

Crash and churn: Crypto story far from over despite falling price – 01/19/18
Article by Professor Robert Wolcott discusses the recent cryptocurrency crash and examines what’s next for the crypto market, if it can recover from current levels.

Forbes

2018’s High Federal Conforming Mortgage Loan Limits Signal Confidence In the House Market – 01/17/18
Article quotes Professor Craig Furfine, who says the FHFA increasing loan limits shows that housing prices have done well over the last year, since it is a lagging indicator of things going right with the economy.

Talent Economy

13 Pieces of Advice for Creating Recruitment Videos – 01/17/18
Article interviews Lecturer Jeff Hyman, who discusses the increasing importance of video usage in recruitment. Hyman says video brings elements to life better than a written job description. Jeff was also published in Chief Executive.

USA Today

Health care professionals fear Medicaid changes – 01/17/18
Video interviews Professor Craig Garthwaite about looming Medicaid changes and the potential impact on identifying able-bodied people who can serve in the workforce, and need access to health care.

Poets & Quants

How Blockchain Could Radically Alter Global Finance – 01/15/18
Article highlights Professor Robert McDonald’s recent insights on blockchain technology. McDonald discusses how blockchain led to Bitcoin’s rise to prominence and how it could play a major role in the future of global finance.

USA Today

Health care deals could make you healthier but may not save you money – 01/14/18
Article quotes Professor Craig Garthwaite, who says health care deals will move the industry closer to a model where doctors and insurers are part of the same company. Also quoted in Vox.

Chicago Tribune

Dow's historic rise is made in Chicago, led by Boeing and Caterpillar – 01/12/18
Article quotes Professor Robert Korajczyk, who says that if the economy takes a turn for the worse, most stocks, which tend to move together, will likely go down, bringing the Dow down with it. Cyclical companies such as Boeing and Caterpillar usually see their stock drop more in those situations.

Fortune

Commentary: Kodak’s New Cryptocurrency: Ridiculous or Genius? – 01/12/18
Article by Professor Sarit Markovich asks whether Kodak’s new digital platform, KodakCoin, can turnaround the company’s misfortunes.

Inc.

Recruiting Rock Stars: Shun Mediocrity to Identify Your A-Team – 01/12/18
Article provides insight from Lecturer Jeff Hyman, who discusses the importance of recruiting during the hiring process and gives examples from his own business past on what has been successful for him.