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Today's Features

Brands and Social Good

Using a company’s profits to do good in the world has increasingly become the key to winning over consumers. From the very beginning, fashion pioneer Kenneth Cole has leveraged his platform to help catalyze social change. Amanda Cole, social impact strategist at Kenneth Cole, talks about “look good, for good.” More

Values-Based Investing

Jim Ryan, managing director at Merrill Lynch at the the private banking and investment group in New York City, says investors today are demanding more from their portfolio. He says institutional investors have a greater responsibility to ensure that their own investments reflect their underlying ministry or mission. More

Process of Succession Planning

The Houston Chronicle: John Schoen, an adjunct lecturer in management and researcher in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, is quoted in this article about succession planning, an ongoing process that allows companies to ensure a continuity of quality leadership and knowledge retention. Schoen concludes that many people do not consider... More

5 Top Money Tips From a Financial Planners Conference

Next Avenue: This article on financial planning features advice from William Reichenstein, Ph.D., The Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair in Investment Management in Baylor’s Hankamer... More

Coffee Break, Lunch Break, ‘Better Break’: The Best Time To Take A Break From Work And Do Something You Enjoy

Medical Daily: This article centers on a new management study from Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, which provides a greater understanding of how employees can take workday... More