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Baylor Celebrates 100 Graduates from Online MBA Program
[8/15/2017]
Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business is celebrating a milestone – the awarding of 100 Master of Business Administration degrees via its online MBA program.
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Even If You Don't Know What Phubbing Is, You're Probably Doing It
[8/14/2017]
PopSugar: The focus of this piece is on research by professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David on "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," and its detrimental impact on romantic relationships.
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Kempner: Trump's Management Style? Burn the Textbook
[8/11/2017]
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Interviewed in this piece on President Trump's management style in The White House is professor of entrepreneurship, Peter Klein, who shares that the President's style of leadership is both a departure from predecessors, and at odds with advice from management textbooks.
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Why You May Want to Contribute to Your Child’s Retirement
[8/9/2017]
The Wall Street Journal: This column is written by The Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair in Investment Management, William Reichenstein, and offers his advice to parents and grandparents of recent college graduates to contribute to their graduate's retirement fund.
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Things that Matter: Baylor’s LAUNCH Program Helps Entrepreneurs Get Ideas Off the Ground
[8/7/2017]
WACO, Texas (Aug. 7, 2017) – Baylor University’s LAUNCH program has a simple mission statement: Enable accelerated commercialization of things that matter.
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AACSB Welcomes Its 2017-18 Board of Directors
[7/19/2017]
Spoke (via PR Newswire): This announcement reveals that Dean of the Hankamer School of Business, Terry Maness, will serve on the board of directors of AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) in 2017-2018.
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Video: Benefits of Workday Breaks
[7/17/2017]
WBOC-TV (CBS): This clip features research by management professors Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu which reveals that employees who take regular work breaks, especially breaks taken earlier in the day, have more stamina.
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Balancing Act: Tips to Create More Work-Life Balance
[7/14/2017]
Nebraska City News-Press: Reviewed in this article is recent research by professor of management, Emily Hunter, on suggestions that managers and employees can use to manage work-family boundaries.
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Video: 'Phubbing' Is Destroying Your Relationships
[7/12/2017]
Huffington Post: This clip covers research by marketing professors James Roberts and Meredith David on relationships and "phone snubbing," or "phubbing."
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4 Reasons to Delay Applying to Business School
[7/6/2017]
Yahoo!: Quoted in this piece about considerations for applying to business school is associate dean for graduate business programs, Gary Carini.
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Audio: Phone Snubbing or Phubbing Damaging Relationships
[6/28/2017]
KSL-AM (Salt Lake City, UT): This radio story reviews research by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, about "phone snubbing," or "phubbing."
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Motivated to Change: Implications of the Global Analyst Research Settlement
[6/28/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Mike Stegemoller, associate professor and chair of the department of Finance, Insurance & Real Estate, researches if the investment banks who were heavily fined in the 2003 Global Analyst Research Settlement, which caught these firms "pumping and dumping" their own investments, still show a prevalence of bias as opposed to firms who were not forced to pay a settlement.
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Video: Kathie Lee and Hoda Discuss Baylor "Phubbing" Research
[6/21/2017]
TODAY (NBC): Hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb discuss Baylor University research by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, which finds that people who are "phone snubbed" turn to social media on their smartphones for acceptance.
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Phone Snubbed' People Likely to Turn to Social Media for Acceptance: Study
[6/19/2017]
GadgetsNow.com: This piece is about recent research by professors of marketing, Meredith David and James Roberts, and their findings that people who are "phone snubbed" by others are more likely to turn to smartphones and social media for acceptance.
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Phone Snubbed People at High Risk of Stress, Depression: Study
[6/19/2017]
Business Standard: People who are "phone snubbed" by others are likely to face higher levels of stress and depression, says research by professors of marketing, Meredith David and James Roberts.
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Audio: Baylor Professor Discusses New Smartphone, Social Media Research
[6/17/2017]
KGO-AM: Interviewed on this show is The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing at Baylor University, James A. Roberts, discusses his co-authored research with Meredith David that found people who are "phone snubbed" turn to smartphones and social media for acceptance.
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Baylor Alum Promotes Health with OrangeTheory
[6/15/2017]
Baylor alum Jana Pickett found a way to make her passion for fitness into a career with OrangeTheory Fitness.
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Vicious Cycle of 'Phone Snubbing'
[6/14/2017]
Business Standard: Picked up from a Baylor University press release, a new study by professors of marketing, Meredith David and James Roberts, finds that people who are "phone snubbed," or "phubbed," by others then turn to their own smartphones and engage in social media for acceptance.
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People Who Are 'Phone Snubbed' by Others Often Turn to Their Own Phones, Social Media for Acceptance, Study Finds
[6/13/2017]
Science Daily: A review of research by professors of marketing, Meredith David and James Roberts, about how people who are "phone snubbed," or "phubbed," experience higher levels of stress and depression, and turn to their own smartphones for acceptance via social media.
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The Average Person Checks Their Phone 150 Times Every Day — and It's Destroying Romantic Relationships
[6/13/2017]
Business Insider: This article cites research by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, for their recent research on how "phone snubbing" causes people to turn to their smartphones and social media for validation.
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People ‘Phone Snubbed’ by Others Often Turn to Phones, Social Media for Acceptance, Baylor Study
[6/13/2017]
Health Medicine Network: This piece is about recent research by professors of marketing, Meredith David and James Roberts, and their findings that people who are "phone snubbed" by others are more likely to turn to smartphones and social media for acceptance.
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Maximize Efficiency, Minimize Exhaustion
[6/13/2017]
Ivanhoe Broadcast News: This article reviews research by professors of marketing, Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, which finds that employees who take several short breaks throughout the day suffer less aches and pains and have more stamina.
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People ‘Phone Snubbed’ by Others Often Turn to Phones, Social Media for Acceptance, Baylor Study
[6/13/2017]
Scienmag: Picked up from a Baylor University press release, a new study by professors of marketing, Meredith David and James Roberts, finds that people who are "phone snubbed," or "phubbed," by others then turn to their own smartphones and engage in social media for acceptance.
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People Who Are “Phone Snubbed” By Others Often Turn To Their Own Phones, Social Media For Acceptance, Baylor Study Finds
[6/13/2017]
WACO, Texas (June 13, 2017) -- People who are phone snubbed -- or "phubbed" -- by others are, themselves, often turning to their smartphones and social media to find acceptance, according to new research from Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business.
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Tax Reform Needs to Be About More Than a Tax Cut
[6/9/2017]
CNBC: Giving his commentary about tax reform in this piece is adjunct professor of management, and retired president and CEO of Walmart U.S., William Simon.
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Being the Outsider: A Study on Group Dynamics, Satisfaction and Effectiveness
[6/7/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Stacie Petter, associate professor of information systems, researches if team dynamics and a project's effectiveness is impacted by whether members of the team have worked together before.
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Why ‘Phubbing’ Could Be Destroying Your Relationship
[6/1/2017]
Women's Health: This article reviews research by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, about "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," and how it harms relationships.
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New Strategies for Retirement Highlighted
[6/1/2017]
Financial Advisor: Professor of finance, William Reichenstein, is referenced in this article about speaker topics at the eighth annual Inside Retirement conference for financial advisers, where he recommended some ways advisers could help their clients more in regards to Social Security and retirement account withdrawal strategies.
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Baylor Professor Awarded AMA Recognition
[6/1/2017]
The American Marketing Association’s (AMA) Sport & Sponsorship-Linked Marketing Special Interest Group (SportSIG) has awarded Baylor professor, Kirk Wakefield, the “Distinguished Career Contributions to the Scientific Understanding of Sports Business” Award.
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Shaping Homeowner Pricing Decisions
[6/1/2017]
Katherine E. Loveland, PhD, Naomi Mandel, PhD, and Utpal M. Dholakia, PhD


During the housing crisis, many homeowners continued to ask unreasonably high prices for their homes. This reluctance to lower asking prices created an excess supply of more than 6 million homes.
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Is the Customer Really King?
[6/1/2017]
Christopher R. Plouffe, PhD, Willy Bolander, PhD, Joseph A. Cote, PhD, and Bryan Hochstein, PhD

The modern real estate agent's business relationships today transcend obvious interactions with customers and now also include the internal business team and external business partners. The successful agent must skillfully manage these three relationships to complete the transaction.
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INSIDER: Sales Growth
[6/1/2017]
Erick Huntley, MBA

In their new book, Sales Growth, authors Baumgartner, Hatami, and Valdivieso lead the reader through a series of strategies designed to help sales executives and their organizations continue to grow in a continuously changing world.
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INSIDER: If the Point of Selling Isn't Selling, then What's the Point?
[6/1/2017]
Courtney A. Harris, MBA Candidate


Salespeople will be more successful when they understand that the point of selling isn't selling. A salesperson's job is to help his or her customer make a better buying decision.
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Getting into the Business of Your Buyer's Success
[6/1/2017]
Charles Fifield, MBA


A basic objective to any selling engagement should be the buyer’s success, however that may be defined by the buyer.
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Forgiveness on Your Team: Role of Cohesion and Collective Action
[6/1/2017]
Kyle Irwin, PhD, Jo-Ann Tsang, PhD, Robert Carlisle, PhD, and Megan Johnson Shen, PhD


Forgiving a transgressor plays a monumental role in team or group dynamics. At a team level, forgiveness can impact the cohesiveness of the team or collective action.
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Are Clients Persuaded by Boastful Agents?
[6/1/2017]
Grant Packard, PhD, Andrew D. Gershoff, PhD, and David B. Wooten, PhD

Boasting by real estate agents can produce negative and positive reactions from their clients. However, boasting combined with a strategy to develop trust can be advantageous to a real estate agent.
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Will Personalized Pricing Only Lead to More Discounting?
[5/31/2017]
RetailWire: A study by professor of management, Meredith David, is analyzed in this article, which explains how the research concludes that the existence of a personalized-pricing program may lead customers to expect discounts on a regular basis.
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Video: The Baylor Business LEED Gold Celebration Ceremony
[5/30/2017]
On April 28th, 2017, Baylor Business held a ceremony celebrating the LEED Gold certification award of the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation. This is a video of the ceremony proceedings.
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Update: How to Earn More on Your Emergency Savings
[5/26/2017]
Morningstar: Professor of finance, William Reichenstein, discusses how a high-grade, short-term bond fund can help investors earn more in an emergency savings account.
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Some Older Parents Are Missing Out on This Social Security Perk
[5/24/2017]
TIME: Quoted in this article is William Reichenstein, The Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair in Investment Management, as a Social Security expert explaining retirement benefits for parents whose children are still in high school.
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Managing and Retaining Innovators
[5/24/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Sara Perry, assistant professor of management, and Emily Hunter, associate manager of management, research which factors can help foster a work environment beneficial to innovative employees.
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Customized Pricing Programs May Backfire
[5/23/2017]
Outlook Series: Reviewed is research by professor of marketing Meredith David which finds that the presence of a personalized pricing program causes customers to expect personalized discounts all the time.
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Foster Healthy Rivalry at Your Brokerage
[5/23/2017]
National Association of Realtors: This realtor advice article references a 2016 study published in the Keller Center Research Report that analyzed the performance of 117 salespeople and found that healthy rivalry as part of an office culture can override a person's competitive tendencies.
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Everyone Likes A Discount. But Is Customized Pricing The Way To Go?
[5/23/2017]
WACO, Texas (May 23, 2017) – Everyone likes a discount, right? And a discount tailored to your specific purchase patterns sounds even better. But is this approach effective?
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Are You "Phubbing" Me?
[5/22/2017]
Healthy Cells Magazine: In this article, a Christian counselor discusses the research of professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, on phone snubbing, or "phubbing," and its harmful impact on relationships.
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Clutter-free Marriage Creates Spring Renewal
[5/20/2017]
Daily North Shore: This advice column piece about marriage maintenance and improvement mentions research by James Roberts, professor of marketing, centered around smartphone snubbing, or "phubbing," of partners.
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Business Scholars Describe How to Rectify Managerial Malpractice That Discourages Employee Engagement
[5/19/2017]
Professor of management, Gary Carini, and professor of marketing, Mark Dunn, have authored an educational parable that conveys the problems and solutions to managerial malpractice using the perspective of a fly on the wall.
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When Work and Life Overlap: The Pros and Cons of Boundary Violations
[5/18/2017]
Business News Daily: The focus of this article is on new research by professor of management, Emily Hunter, about the pros and cons of workplace interruptions by spouses.
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When Your Spouse Calls and Interrupts Your Workday, Is That a Good Thing?
[5/16/2017]
Science Daily: Research by professor of management, Emily Hunter, is reviewed, in which she finds that there are benefits and consequences to spouse phone calls during a workday.
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Army-Baylor Wins Second Place at Clarion National Case Competition
[5/16/2017]
Students from the Army-Baylor MHA-MBA won second place at the Clarion National Case Competition that occurred April 7-8 in Minneapolis, Minn.
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Army-Baylor Receives National Recognition at ACHE Congress
[5/16/2017]
The Army-Baylor MHA-MBA Program garnered national recognition at the 2017 American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Congress on Healthcare Leadership on March 29 in Chicago, Illinois.
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Baylor Holds 2nd Annual Negotiation Competition
[5/16/2017]
Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business held the second annual Baylor Business Negotiation Competition on April 1, 2017.
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Business School Facility at Baylor University Receives LEED Gold
[5/15/2017]
American School & University: This magazine article reviews the news and details about the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation building's LEED Gold award.
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When Your Spouse Calls and Interrupts Your Workday, Is That a Good Thing?
[5/15/2017]
WACO, Texas (May 15, 2017) - A new Baylor University Hankamer School of Business study looks at the consequences and benefits of interruptions during work and family time.
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"Shark Tank" for Felons Teaches More Than Business Plans
[5/12/2017]
Houston Chronicle: The Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP) business plan competition in Cleveland, Texas, and the contributions of Baylor Business, is the focus of this story.
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How to Temper Smartphone Overuse
[5/12/2017]
The Philadelphia Tribune: In this piece about curbing smartphone addiction, popular research on the subject by professor of marketing, James Roberts, is referenced.
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How People Make Decisions When They Hate to Make Decisions
[5/10/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Ashley Otto, assistant professor of marketing, researches the decision-making process in people who have an aversion to decision-making.
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Army-Baylor No. 1 at International Business Plan Competition
[5/9/2017]
A joint team of graduate students from the Army-Baylor MHA/MBA program and Texas A&M earned first place honors competing in the Free Trade Alliance San Antonio’s 7th Annual International Business Plan competition in April. A second Army-Baylor team also competed and was commended as having one of the top three presentation scores.
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Studies Show That Our Phones Are Wrecking Our Relationships, and Tell Us Something We Don’t Know
[5/8/2017]
Yahoo!: This article makes reference to the findings of a research study by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, about the social damage of "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," caused by smartphone addiction.
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International Ranking Agency Recognizes Baylor Business Graduate Programs
[5/8/2017]
Baylor's Master of Science in Economics (MSEco) program and Master in Business Administration/Juris Doctor (MBA/JD) program both make a showing in the top 50 slots of Eduniversal’s ranking of 32 fields of study worldwide.
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An Alternative Investment for Your Emergency Savings Account
[5/7/2017]
The Wall Street Journal: Authored by William Reichenstein, professor of finance, this article discusses the benefits of an emergency investment fund and the research he co-authored on this subject with the Dean of the Hankamer School of Business, Terry Maness.
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Video: Salary Negotiations for New Graduates
[5/5/2017]
KXXV (ABC): Sara Perry, professor of management, is interviewed for this segment about college graduate jobs, and offers tips about interviewing and salary negotiations.
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Army-Baylor Team Participates in 75th Bataan Memorial Death March
[5/4/2017]
Thousands marched to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Bataan Death March on March 19, 2017. A team of students from the San Antonio-based Army-Baylor program was among the record-breaking 7,200 who participated. An additional 2,000 supporting volunteers run water points and aid stations.
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Ask the Experts: James A. Roberts
[5/3/2017]
Wallet Hub: This page reviews credit cards and includes an "Ask the Experts" section that features the Q&A advice of professor of marketing, James Roberts.
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The Phones We Love Too Much
[5/2/2017]
The New York Times: One of the featured experts in this story about societal addiction to smartphones is professor of marketing, James Roberts, whose research with Meredith David found that phone snubbing, or "phubbing," can harm relationships.
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Video: How Baylor Business Achieved LEED Gold Certification
[5/2/2017]
Baylor University’s Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, which opened its doors in August 2015 and is the home of the nationally ranked Hankamer School of Business, is now LEED Gold certified. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system is part of the U.S. Green Buildings Council certification program which recognizes buildings and homes that have been designed, constructed, and maintained using sustainable and environmentally friendly practices.
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Baylor School Means Business with Sustainability
[5/1/2017]
ProudGreenBuilding.com: Baylor Business' Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation is credited for its new LEED Gold certification.
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Baylor Business Building Earns LEED Certification
[4/30/2017]
Waco Tribune-Herald: This news piece announces the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation's new LEED Gold certification award and the ceremony that was held to unveil the LEED award seal.
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Will Downsizing Hurt Your Company?
[4/30/2017]
Business Mirror: This article co-authored by the researchers, including professor of management, Patricia Norman, reviews their study which found that companies that downsize may increase the likelihood of bankruptcy, and the implications of their findings.
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Stewardship Is Good Business: Baylor University’s New Business Campus Achieves LEED Gold Certification
[4/28/2017]
WACO, Texas (April 28, 2017) – A new badge of honor is now on display at Baylor University’s Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, home of the nationally ranked Hankamer School of Business. The dynamic new facility, which opened to faculty and students in August 2015, has been awarded LEED Gold certification after satisfying rigorous standards that address the building’s environmental impact.
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How Donald Trump’s Tax Plan Affects Households
[4/26/2017]
The Wall Street Journal: Professor of finance, William Reichenstein, is quoted in this piece about the president's recent tax plan announcement.
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If You Think Downsizing Might Save Your Company, Think Again
[4/26/2017]
Harvard Business Review: Professor of management, Patricia Norman, is among a team of researchers whose recent study on corporate downsizing found that downsizing could increase the probability of bankruptcy.
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Piercing the Darkness: Casting Light on the Economics of Domestic Abuse
[4/26/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Yoo-Mi Chin, assistant professor of economics, researches the damaging economic impact of domestic violence, particularly in developing countries.
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Do Campus Incubators Lead to Less Innovation?
[4/25/2017]
BizEd Magazine: This article spotlights research by Peter Klein, professor of entrepreneurship, which shows that university-established incubators have a decline in innovation quality over time.
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Study Reveals Impact of Unethical Behavior on an Individual, According to Research from Oklahoma State University
[4/25/2017]
Business Wire: This article reviews research co-authored by assistant professor of management, Matt Quade, about unethical conduct in the workplace and its negative impact on employee self-image degradation.
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Is Your Facebook Obsession Feeding a Personality Disorder?
[4/24/2017]
Reader's Digest: This article discusses the psychological impact of social media, and references research by professor of marketing, James Roberts, about the correlations between clinical narcissism and social media usage.
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Smartphone Obsession is Putting Relationships at Risk as More Australians ‘pphub’ Their Partners
[4/24/2017]
News.Com.Au: Professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David are cited in this article about how “phone snubbing,” or “phubbing,” affects nearly fifty-percent of all relationships and causes conflict for twenty-percent of couples.
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Q&A: Does $0 Income Later Mean I Should Take Social Security Early?
[4/23/2017]
USA Today: Professor of finance, William Reichenstein, is quoted in this advice column piece about retirement timing and when to draw Social Security earnings.
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Investigating Tax Thresholds to Help Developing Countries Increase Economic Growth
[4/18/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Lourenço Paz, Assistant Professor of Economics, researches how countries can determine which firms are worthwhile to tax and which aren't.
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Seven Female IT Leaders Shattering Glass Ceilings
[4/18/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Emily Iazzetti, former Information Systems graduate assistant, researches what made seven female leaders in the technology industry so successful.
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Financing Innovation in the U.S. and Western Europe
[4/18/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Peter Klein, professor of Entrepreneurship and senior fellow for the John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship & Free Enterprise, investigates and compares angel network differences in the U.S. and France, and explores whether those differences are governmental, historical, geographical or cultural.
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Baylor, Army Collaborate to Create Better Healthcare
[4/18/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: United States Army Lieutenant Colonel Forest Kim, program director and assistant professor in the Army-Baylor Health and Business Administration program, researches whether patients visit the ER more or less often if they are patients of a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) clinic versus patients of primary care clinics.
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Take a Break! Tips for Taking a Better Work Break
[4/18/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, associate professors of Management, research what activities and times of day make a workplace break beneficial to employees and employers.
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Sense of Self Affects Opinions and Decision-Making
[4/13/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: JaeHwan Kwon, assistant professor of marketing, researches how a person's perception of their own personality affects their opinions and the way they make decisions.
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Eye-Tracking Lab Helps Researchers See Underlying Process Behind Results
[4/10/2017]
Ever wonder how you come to make a decision? JaeHwan Kwon, Assistant Professor in the Marketing department, is running eye-tracking studies at Baylor’s Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation. The studies focus on people’s beliefs about the malleability of their personality, and how that belief influences their decision making.
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TREP EXPO in Addison and Farmers Branch Gathers Leading Entrepreneurs to Strengthen Startup Community
[4/6/2017]
WACO, Texas (April 6, 2017) — Baylor University’s entrepreneurship program in the Hankamer School of Business is partnering with the town of Addison’s Economic Development department and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC) for TREP EXPO 2017, an event that helps to equip startups and early stage entrepreneurs with inspiring and crucial information to launch and grow their businesses.
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Marketing's Ethical Line Between Social Media Habit and Addiction
[4/6/2017]
American Marketing Association: This article about the ethical boundaries in marketing of “hooking” consumers who may already be addicted to the internet and smartphones quotes professor of marketing at Baylor Business, James Roberts, a published researcher on the subject.
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AUDIO: Cellphones Can Damage Romantic Relationships, Lead to Depression
[4/5/2017]
WBT-AM: This radio segment is an interview with professor of marketing, James Roberts, about his research with Meredith David, showing that smartphones are toxic to romantic relationships and are causing higher levels of depression.
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Baylor to Honor Young Entrepreneurs
[4/4/2017]
Baylor University’s Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise will honor a group of outstanding high-school aged entrepreneurs on Wednesday, April 5th, in the President’s Suite at McLane Stadium at the second annual Baylor Youth Entrepreneur Awards 2017.
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How To Beat The Conventional Wisdom: Part 1
[4/3/2017]
Financial Advisor Magazine: This piece written for retirees about a strategy for tax-efficient withdrawals is co-authored by Baylor Business’ William Reichenstein, the Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair in Investment Management.
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$179,000 in Cash Awarded at 2017 Baylor New Venture Competition
[3/24/2017]
- Team from University of Tennessee, Knoxville Takes Home First Place -

The 6th annual Baylor New Venture Competition, hosted by Baylor University’s John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship in the Hankamer School of Business, offers aspiring student entrepreneurs from universities across the globe, expert feedback, coaching, and a total package of over $275,000 in cash and crucial in-kind business support services, to help make dream ventures a reality.
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Strategic Entrepreneurship
[3/22/2017]
Biz Bahrain: This article is an exclusive interview with professor of entrepreneurship, Peter Klein, on several topics, including: his work in the Austrian school of economic thought; tips for new entrepreneurs; and his perspective on Bahrain's economy.
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A Study Has Revealed the Best Part of Your Workday to Take a Break
[3/21/2017]
Lovin Dublin: This article references widely-published research by professors of management, Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, on key characteristics of good work breaks.
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Baylor Student-Managed Investment Fund Distributes Money for Scholarships
[3/21/2017]
For 14 consecutive years, Baylor University’s student-managed Philip M. Dorr Alumni & Friends Endowed Investment Fund has provided generous contributions to student scholarships totaling $2 million over its lifetime. This year, $163,000 was distributed. The fund is managed by Baylor students in the “hands-on” Practicum in Portfolio Management course utilizing resources in the state-of-the-art Hodges Financial Markets Center, which is located at the new Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation.
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Putting Servant Leadership to the Test and Doing Away With Scepticism
[3/20/2017]
London School of Economics Business Review: This guest post for the London School of Economics is written by Baylor professors of management, Mitchell Neubert and Emily Hunter, and explores their research on ethical and servant-based leadership, and its impact on employees.
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Why We Can't Put Our Smartphones Down - and What it's Doing to Our Relationships
[3/16/2017]
New Atlas: Research on phone snubbing, or "phubbing," published by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, is cited in this article about how smartphones harm relationships.
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Stock Prices that Go Public Together, Move Together
[3/15/2017]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Shane Underwood, associate professor in the Finance, Insurance & Real Estate Department, researches the factors that influence the stock prices of firms with the same underwriters.
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Baylor Programs Ranked in 2018 U.S. News Grad School Survey
[3/14/2017]
WACO, Texas (March 14, 2017) – Baylor University graduate programs in law, business, nursing and health disciplines, education, engineering, the sciences and social sciences and humanities were among those nationally ranked in the 2018 U.S. News Best Graduate Schools rankings, released today.
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Video: Is ‘Phubbing’ a Frustration in Your Love Life? You’re Not Alone
[3/13/2017]
CBS Detroit: This video puts a spotlight on research by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, about "phubbing," or "phone snubbing," and its harmful effects on relationships.
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Hygge, Fika and How Getting Cozy Can Make You Happier
[3/9/2017]
Daily Burn: Cited in this article about ways to become happier, healthier, and more productive is research by professors of management, Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, about the benefits of workday breaks and the best times to take them.
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