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Across D.C., hotels faced a dilemma: The Capitol mob was staying the night

Professor David Sherwyn tells the Washington Post that hotels can make a legal case for refusing room bookings to people who cause a disruption, but that it would likely be impractical to do so.

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9 Ways the Pandemic Will Change Travel in 2021

Professor Robert Kwortnik Jr. tells the New York Times that flexible cruise cancellation policies will likely continue through 2021.

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The countries that beat COVID are doing best economically

Professor Eswar Prasad says that when it comes to the pandemic and a nation state’s economic recovery, a single unifying principle applies globally.

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Professor Emeritus Andrew Novakovic says the challenges are astonishing for Joe Biden’s pick to run the USDA.

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Will business travel return to normal after the pandemic?

Professor Chris Anderson says that every company is debating the value of meeting clients in person versus connecting virtually.

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Why shares of Chinese companies could soon be more expensive

Professor Andrew Karolyi discusses Congress’ decision to delist Chinese companies that flout U.S. accounting rules.

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Why commercial lending fell last quarter despite low interest rates

Professor Drew Pascarella discusses a decrease in bank lending volume over the most recent quarter.

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Nasdaq seeks board-diversity rule that most listed firms don’t meet

Associate Professor Scott Yonker on why diversity at the highest decision-making levels of companies is so important.

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Why some countries are opening back up to tourists during a pandemic

Professor Steve Carvell discusses why some countries are opening back up to tourists during the pandemic.