In the Media
‘I even miss the airline delays:’ Meet the business travelers who can’t wait to get back on the road
“We really have no idea what business travel is going to look like and at what level it will come back,” Professor Chris Anderson tells the Washington Post.
Income loss from COVID19 is driving many new households to experience food insecurity, Professor Chris Barrett tells Yahoo Finance.
Remembering Harold “Hal” Bierman Jr., the Nicholas H. Noyes Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Management and Finance, who died Feb. 12 in Ocean Isle Beach, NC, at 96.
The pandemic is “an opportunity for restaurants to improve labor relations — pay more to staff — and try to renegotiate the fundamental elements of their business,” says Professor Alex Susskind.
The Future Of Business 101: B Academics Network Connects Students With Real-World Lessons On Stakeholder Capitalism
Professor Christopher Marquis interviews Jessica Yinka Thomas, the co-founder, president, and board chair of B Academics, for his Forbes Q&A article on B Academics and stakeholder capitalism.
The US dollar’s place in the world economy is secure, Professor Andrew Karolyi tells Newsweek. “There remains robust demand for U.S. Treasury securities at every auction,” he says.
Steven Carvell, professor of finance and director of the Center for Real Estate and Finance, discusses how hotels have become flexible amid the pandemic.
GameStop’s price surge is being referenced as a bubble–but what does that really mean? Professor Maureen O’Hara discusses the phenomenon in her Washington Post op-ed.