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Baylor University’s Executive MBA Program Has New Home in Dallas
[10/9/2018]
WACO, Texas (Oct. 9, 2018) – Hankamer School of Business students in Baylor University’s Executive MBA program in Dallas will have a new headquarters, classroom and meeting space beginning in January 2019.
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Out of Office: New Baylor Study Examines Relationship Between Stress and Remote Work
[9/20/2018]
Phys.org: This article highlights research by professor of management Sara Perry about the types of employees that are best suited for remote work.
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Baylor Business Professor Laurie Burney Recognized by Lean Enterprise Institute
[10/8/2018]
The Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI) has awarded associate professor of Accounting Laurie Burney with the Excellence in Lean Accounting Professor Award.
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Why Retirees' Tax Rates May Be Higher Than They Expect
[10/5/2018]
CNBC: William Reichenstein, The Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair in Investment Management, is quoted from his discussion on tax-efficient withdrawal strategies in retirement at the Financial Planning Association's annual conference in Chicago.
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What Your Gifting Style Says About You
[9/28/2018]
Your Wellness: This article highlights research by Meredith David, assistant professor of marketing, about the relationships between gift giving, "social projection", and security in interpersonal settings.
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Out of Office: Examining the Relationship Between Stress and Remote Work
[9/20/2018]
Health Medicine Network: This article discusses research by professors of management Sarah Perry and Emily Hunter about the impact of remote work on employee stress.
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How to Get a Discount Even if There's No Sale
[9/20/2018]
MarketWatch: This article features input from professor of Management Emily Hunter about how to get a better price on an item in the store.
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Restricted Social Security Application For Spousal Benefits Is Disappearing
[9/19/2018]
Financial Advisor: The Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair in Investment Management, William Reichenstein, is quoted in this discussion about spousal Social Security benefits.
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Are You a Victim (Or a Perpetrator) of Phubbing?
[9/18/2018]
Image: This article calls for a stop to "phubbing", a term coined by professor of Marketing James A. Roberts, which refers to someone using their phone in the presence of others.
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Out of Office: New Baylor Management Study Examines Relationship Between Stress and Remote Work
[9/18/2018]
WACO, Texas (Sept. 18, 2018) – Many U.S. employees believe working from home – or at least away from the office – can bring freedom and stress-free job satisfaction. A new Baylor University study says, “Not so fast.”
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Why Target-Date Funds Don’t Work for Many Investors
[9/11/2018]
The Wall Street Journal: William Reichenstein, professor of Finance, writes about target-date funds and the misconception that they work for every investor in a target age group.
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Applications Now Open for 8th Annual Baylor New Venture Competition
[9/5/2018]
Applications are now available for teams interested in participating in the 8th annual New Venture Competition, a two-day entrepreneurial business plan and elevator pitch competition hosted by Baylor University’s John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise.
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Study on Chief Diversity Officers and Faculty Hiring
[9/4/2018]
Inside Higher Ed: Professor of Entrepreneurship Steven Bradley, professor of Finance James Garven and professors of Economics Wilson Law and James West are co-authors of a new working paper published on "The Impact of Chief Diversity Officers on Diverse Faculty Hiring."
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Entrepreneurship Professor Matthew Wood Awarded AME Best Paper
[9/4/2018]
Matthew Wood's award-winning paper, “A Temporal View of Entrepreneurial Opportunities,” is a conceptual paper focusing on the role of time in the entrepreneurial action process.
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Entrepreneurship Professor Peter Klein Awarded SEJ Best Paper Prize
[9/4/2018]
Klein’s paper, “Opportunity Discovery, Entrepreneurial Action, and Economic Organization,” addresses a new view on what entrepreneurship is and how it should be taught. This new theory has been termed the “judgment-based approach” to entrepreneurship.
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4 Ways to Get a Sale Price When There Isn’t a Sale
[8/30/2018]
Associated Press: This piece features expert in negotiation and professor of Management Emily Hunter who discusses consumers' ability to find a lower price.
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4 Ways to Get a Sale Price When There Isn't a Sale
[8/30/2018]
The New York Times: Professor of Management Emily Hunter is featured in this article about the abilities of consumers to find lower prices.
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New Research Shows How The Average Retiree May Be Torpedoed
[8/23/2018]
Markets Insider: Research is provided by professor of Finance, William Reichenstein, showing the impact of taxes on a retiree.
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When ‘Religiosity’ Competes with Materialism, Charitable Giving Takes a Hit
[8/22/2018]
Phys.org: Recent research by Marketing professors James Roberts and Meredith David uncovers the relationship between religiosity and charitable giving.
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Baylor University: When ‘Religiosity’ Competes with Materialism, Charitable Giving Takes a Hit, Baylor Study Shows
[8/21/2018]
Aug. 21, 2018
Baylor Hankamer School of Business researchers James A. Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, and Meredith David, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing, partnered on a study that examined the relationship between religiosity and charitable giving, and what drives the latter. They found that religiosity – the way people live out their lives based on their faith – can drive donors to give. But when materialism – that self-serving want for more money or material possessions – enters the equation, giving decreases. (Eric Eckert, assistant director of media communications, pitched this story nationally.)
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When ‘Religiosity’ Competes with Materialism, Charitable Giving Takes a Hit, Baylor Study Shows
[8/21/2018]
WACO, Texas (Aug. 21, 2018) – Religious people tend to be more charitable than their nonreligious counterparts, but they’ll think twice about opening their wallets if it prolongs their next big purchase, according to new research from Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business.
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1 Million Square Feet of Development Potentially on Horizon in Waco
[8/16/2018]
Waco Tribune-Herald: Retired professor of Economics, Tom Kelly, is quoted in the discussion about the challenges and expectations of a growing economy in McLennan County.
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Interview with Baylor University - Online MBA Program
[8/13/2018]
Online MBA Report: The associate director of Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business' Online MBA program, Mary Reinhardt, discusses aspects of the Online MBA program, including rankings and what makes the Baylor program unique.
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The UCA Cash Flow Statement under Review
[8/3/2018]
An article from Comments, a newsletter for lending professionals, cites a paper by Drs. Ernest Fletcher and John T. Rose advocating that statements of cash flow should be included in the university Finance curriculum. It is the 40th anniversary of the introduction of the UCA cash flow statement to the domain of credit assessment.
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Baylor Lights: #BaylorLights Profile: Dr. Tisha Emerson
[8/1/2018]
July 24, 2018
Putting a price on what someone is willing to pay to protect or improve the environment is a focus for Tisha Emerson, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Economics at Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business. She also is known for integrating research in the classroom as a way to help her students learn.
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$2.99 or $3.00? Will the Difference of a Penny Get You to the Checkout Counter?
[7/30/2018]
Phys.org: This article focuses on the research by professor of Marketing Lingjiang Lora Tu, who studied the success of pricing strategies to determine if prices ending in "9" led to higher purchases.
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Managerial Accounting Professor Receives IMA R. Lee Brummet Award
[7/27/2018]
Laurie Burney, associate professor of Accounting and Business Law, received the R. Lee Brummet Distinguished Award for Educators from the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). This is the highest award given by the IMA, and it recognizes professors who have exemplified a distinguished teaching career, a record of scholarship, service to the IMA, and the promotion of management accounting as a profession.
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Get Organized, Improve Workplace Productivity
[7/25/2018]
West Plains Daily Quill: Research by Baylor associate professors of Management, Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, is cited in this article about ways to stay organized and efficient during the workday.
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Certificate Program in Energy Commerce Prepares Students for Careers in Energy Industry
[7/24/2018]
Undergraduate students may obtain a Certificate in Energy Commerce in addition to the BBA degree from the Hankamer School of Business. This program was developed to prepare students for careers in the energy industry. “Energy is a very important part of the Texas economy,” said Steve Green, the director of the program. “Lots of good jobs and careers are linked directly or indirectly to the industry.”
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Why Taking Breaks at Work Will Make You Better at Your Job
[7/23/2018]
Travel+Leisure: This article cites research from a 2016 study by professor of Management Emily Hunter about the benefits of taking frequent short breaks during the work day.
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Audio: Consumer Talk: The Difference a Penny Makes
[7/21/2018]
KGO 810: Dr. Lora Tu, Assistant Clinical Professor of Marketing at Baylor University, asks, “$2.99 or $3.00? Will the difference of a penny get you to the checkout counter?”
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When is the Perfect Time to Make a Sales Call?
[7/20/2018]
Talk Business: This story is based on research done by Keller Research Center and uses a study by Lead Response Management to determine the best time to make a sales call.
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This Simple Trick Will Make You Happier and Better at Your Job
[7/16/2018]
Yahoo! News: This story includes a discussion with professor of Management Emily Hunter, whose research co-authored with Cindy Wu, found that mid-morning workday breaks offer the best job satisfaction and work performance boost.
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This Simple Trick Will Make You Happier and Better at Your Job
[7/16/2018]
TIME: This story includes a discussion with professor of Management Emily Hunter, whose research co-authored with Cindy Wu, found that mid-morning workday breaks offer the best job satisfaction and work performance boost.
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How Having Unemployed Parents Affects Children’s Future Well-Being
[7/13/2018]
Brookings Institution: The focus of this piece is new research by professor of Entrepreneurship Boris Nikolaev who found that parental unemployment during childhood affects children's psychological well-being in their later years.
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$2.99 or $3.00? Will the difference of a penny get you to the checkout counter?
[7/11/2018]
WACO, Texas (July 11, 2018) – A traditional belief in retail marketing is that prices ending in “9” – $1.99 or $2.99, for example – will prompt more purchases than a whole number. But is that true? And is a simple one-penny price difference the best tactic to sell more products?
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10 Hilariously Awkward Moments Realtors Have Had During House Showings
[7/3/2018]
Reader's Digest: This article about funny and awkward moments experienced by real estate agents quotes past research from the Keller Center for Research which found that a sense of humor is important for real estate professionals to better engage with customers.
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Retirees, Consider This Valuable New Strategy for Passing Iras to Your Heirs
[7/1/2018]
Kiplinger: Professor of Finance William Reichenstein is quoted in this article about the benefits of leaving heirs tax-deferred accounts.
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Baylor’s Benjamin Franklin Scholars Bring Light to Complex Figure
[6/29/2018]
WACO, Texas (June 29, 2018) – Founding Father Benjamin Franklin was a complex man. And even with a treasure trove of accomplishments, sometimes the Franklin legends are bigger than Franklin the man – and it’s taken an army of historians and scholars, such as Baylor University's Thomas S. Kidd and Blaine McCormick, throughout the centuries to sort it out.
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5 Counterintuitive Ways to Beat Distractions at Work
[6/25/2018]
Fast Company: Professors of Management Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu are cited in this article for their research about reducing distractions at work.
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Student Brings Social Media to Historic New York Community Center
[6/29/2018]
In Fall 2017, during his Advertising Procedures class, senior Reginald Singletary and his team presented a marketing plan to their client, Nepperhan Community Center, a nonprofit organization committed to supporting children and families. In December, Singletary was shocked to receive a message that the Executive Director of NCC, Dr. Jim Bostic, had offered to fly Singletary out to New York to implement his social media plan for the nonprofit.
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Undergraduate Business Analytics Certificate Teaches Students Big Data Skills
[6/28/2018]
Baylor Business undergraduate students now have the opportunity to receive a Certificate in Business Analytics in addition to their BBA degree from the Hankamer School of Business. The Certificate Program in Business Analytics was added in order to teach students the techniques necessary to understand and interpret big data and business analytics.
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Entrepreneurship Professor Receives Outstanding Faculty Award
[6/26/2018]
Peter Klein is one of eleven Outstanding Faculty Award winners for the 2017-2018 academic year, and he is recognized for his accomplishments in the area of scholarship. “I see the entrepreneur as a creator, a builder, an initiator, someone who risks her capital, her knowledge, and her reputation to pursue a business idea,” said Klein.
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Marketing Students Provide Recommendations for Magnolia
[6/18/2018]
Baylor students conducted marketing research and made recommendation for Magnolia Market at the Silos this summer.
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How Retirees Can Avoid Higher Medicare Premiums
[6/14/2018]
The Wall Street Journal: Professor of Finance William Reichenstein writes about how retirees can adjust gross income to ensure, when possible, avoiding higher Medicare premiums.
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9 Hidden Secrets for a Complete Happiness Transformation
[6/11/2018]
Thought Catalog: A study about gratitude by professor of Marketing, James Roberts, is cited in this article about ways to improve happiness.
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Audio: How to Easily Negotiate (Almost) Anything & Why You Need the Rat Race
[6/4/2018]
Something You Should Know: Professor of Management Emily Hunter is interviewed for her expert advice on negotiation tips and tricks.
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What is Phubbing and Why It's Destroying Your Love Life
[6/4/2018]
Medium: Smartphone research by professors of Marketing James Roberts and Meredith David is cited in this article about phone snubbing, or "phubbing."
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5 Realistic Ways to Stop Checking Your Phone All the Time
[5/31/2018]
Vice: This article about smartphone addiction quotes research by professors of Marketing James Roberts and Meredith David who found that "phubbing," or phone snubbing, can damage romantic relationships.
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Trading and Hedging When the Market Panics
[5/31/2018]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Virgilio Zurita, assistant professor of Finance, found a more accurate model to predict default probabilities.
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Even If You Don't Know What Phubbing Is, You're Probably Doing It
[5/24/2018]
Yahoo: Cited in this article about smartphone addiction is the research of expert and professor of Marketing James Roberts, who found that smartphone addiction can damage romantic relationships and lead to depression.
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International Trade Theory Meets Banking
[5/24/2018]
Innovative Business at Baylor: David VanHoose, professor of Economics, found that how banks make decisions about loans and deposit services contribute to the flow of funds across international borders.
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Spiritual Capital Indicates Business Success in Developing Countries
[5/17/2018]
Mitch Neubert, professor of Management, and Steve Bradley, professor of Entrepreneurship, found that faith maturity predicted innovation and success of entrepreneurs in developing countries.
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Will the Supreme Court's Sports Betting Decision Provide Revenue or Send Texas Down a Dark Path?
[5/15/2018]
Dallas Observer: Professor of Economics Earl Grinols is quoted as an expert on the economic and societal effects of gambling for his insight on the impact the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on sports betting.
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Air Force Academy’s Probation Program Doesn’t Restore Sense of Honor, Research Shows
[5/14/2018]
Colorado Springs Independent: This article summarizes the findings of research by professor of Accounting and Business Law Jason MacGregor, which found that subjecting Air Force cadets who violate honor codes to probation is ineffective at curbing future offenses by violators.
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The (Empirical) Science Isn't Settled
[5/14/2018]
Mises Institute: This article by professor of Entrepreneurship Peter Klein discusses the debates around empirical evidence and economic theory.
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How to Negotiate the Best Retail Price: Baylor Expert Shares 11 Tips
[5/14/2018]
Greater Diversity News: Quoted in this article is professor of Management Emily Hunter who shares tips about negotiating retail prices.
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Robocalls up 27 Percent This Year in 254 Area Code
[5/14/2018]
Waco Tribune-Herald: Professor of Marketing James Roberts is quoted in this piece about the rise of robocalls.
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Audio: How to Negotiate the Best Retail Price
[5/12/2018]
KGO-AM: Professor of Management Emily Hunter is interviewed about her 11 tips for consumers to negotiate the best retail price.
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How to Negotiate the Best Retail Price: Baylor Expert Shares 11 Tips
[5/10/2018]
WACO, Texas (May 10, 2018) – In today’s retail climate, where stores struggle to keep up with online competition and customers can compare prices with the ease of their smartphones, the price tag is just a starting point for negotiations, said a negotiation expert at Baylor University.
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Defying Conventional Wisdom: The More You Identify with a Client, the More Skeptical You Are
[5/10/2018]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Owen Brown, assistant professor of Accounting, found that alumni affiliation increases auditor identification, but also increases auditor skepticism.
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Foster Campus Receives Green Good Design Award for Architecture
[5/9/2018]
The Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation continues to receive recognition from architectural organizations around the world for unparalleled design combined with environmental stewardship. Last week, the facility earned a 2018 “Green Good Design” award.
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ExxonMobil Foundation Presents Baylor with $371,627 from Educational Matching Gifts Program
[5/4/2018]
WACO, Texas (May 4, 2018) – Baylor University announced it has received $371,627 from ExxonMobil and its employees through the ExxonMobil Foundation’s 2017 Educational Matching Gift Program.
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Baylor Alumnus Blends Up Recipe for Success
[5/3/2018]
“Believe me, it was a risk,” Jeff Richards says. “I decided to go through one last year with my bank, and then I just took the step out."
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The Tools of Trade: Exploring the Connections Between Entrepreneurship and the Maker Movement
[5/3/2018]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Russ Browder, current doctoral student in Entrepreneurship, found that barriers to entry for many entrepreneurs, due to access to training and hardware, have eroded.
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Bears Hiring Bears: 4FRONT
[5/2/2018]
The only thing better than a Baylor Business entrepreneur is a Baylor Business entrepreneur who builds up more of his kind.
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Married Couples: Coordinate Social Security Claims to Boost Benefits
[4/30/2018]
Yahoo! Finance: William Reichenstein, professor of finance, is quoted in this article about spousal retirement benefit options.
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Do You Think You Are More Ethical Than Your Colleagues? It Can Make You Undermine Them
[4/26/2018]
The Economic Times: This article highlights new research by professor of management Matthew Quade who found that feelings of ethical superiority have a detrimental chain reaction on employees, coworkers and organizations.
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Baylor Senior to Depart on 11 Country, 11-Month Mission Trip
[4/26/2018]
This summer, Baylor Business senior Hannah Neel will embark on the World Race, an 11 country, 11-month mission trip.
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HSB Technology Commons Lab: Free Summer
[4/26/2018]
Baylor students of any major enrolled in a summer class will have access to free use of the HSB Technology Commons Lab for the summer session.
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Bringing Wall Street to Baylor
[4/25/2018]
Starting in June 2018, all Baylor faculty, staff, and students will receive free digital access to The Wall Street Journal, thanks to the tireless work by Alredo, TX, junior Elizabeth Larson, the Baylor Student Body Internal Vice President.
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Baylor Team Places Second in Negotiation Competition
[4/25/2018]
The Baylor Business Negotiation Competition focuses on building negotiating skills among future business leaders. It is the only negotiation competition in the U.S. specifically for undergraduate business majors.
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Feelings of Ethical Superiority Can Lead to Workplace Ostracism, Social Undermining: Study
[4/24/2018]
Phys.org: Recent research by professor of management Matthew Quade is featured in this article. Quade found that feelings of ethical superiority can have an adverse chain reaction on employees, coworkers and organizations.
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Feelings of Ethical Superiority Can Lead to Workplace Ostracism, Social Undermining: Study
[4/24/2018]
ScienMag: New research by professor of management Matthew Quade found that feelings of ethical superiority can result in ostracism and social undermining.
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Feelings of Ethical Superiority Can Lead to Workplace Ostracism, Social Undermining, Baylor Study Says
[4/24/2018]
WACO, Texas (April 24, 2018) -- A new Baylor study published in the Journal of Business Ethics suggests that feelings of ethical superiority can cause a chain reaction that is detrimental to you, your coworkers and your organization.
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Outstanding Undergraduates Recognized
[4/19/2018]
Dean Terry S. Maness hosted an awards ceremony and banquet to celebrate Business undergraduates who will be graduating in 2018.
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Hiring the Absolute Best
[4/19/2018]
Business Review Podcast: Every business needs a dream team, and according to executive recruiter David Perry, the secret to hiring the best talent is just knowing where to look.
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From Promposals to Snaps, Smartphones Are Crashing the Prom Party
[4/18/2018]
USA Today: This article about smartphone usage among teens and college students references professor of marketing James Roberts and his research on smartphone addiction.
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Audio: Taking Better Workday Breaks
[4/14/2018]
KFXN-FM (Minneapolis, St. Paul): This short radio story highlights the findings of professors of management, Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, who found that mid-morning is the best time to take a work break that will improve energy, concentration and motivation.
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The Art of Marketing to Women
[4/12/2018]
Business Review Podcast: After decades of discriminatory and patronizing marketing toward women from the largest firms and the biggest brands, Kristi Faulkner, president of the New York ad agency WomenKind, was determined to shake up the status quo.
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Consumer Expert Warns Against Smartphone, Bible-App Use in Worship
[4/11/2018]
Baptist News Global: This article about smartphone usage in church features professor of marketing and smartphone addiction expert James Roberts.
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The Best Time to Take a Break at Work Is Way Earlier Than You Think, According to Science
[4/11/2018]
Elite Daily: This story highlights research by professors of management Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu who found that the best time to take a work break is early in the day.
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The Personality Traits That Put You at Risk for Smartphone Addiction, According to Science
[4/10/2018]
The Washington Post: Professor of marketing and expert on smartphone addiction James Roberts is quoted in this piece about Big 5 personality traits and smartphone addiction.
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Who Are the Best Gift-Givers? Not Who You'd Think, Says Baylor Marketing Research
[4/9/2018]
Science Codex: This piece features research from professor of marketing Meredith David who found that the best gift-givers are people who are considered "anxious" in social settings.
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Could Social Anxiety Make People Better Gift Givers?
[4/8/2018]
Earth.com: Research by professor of marketing Meredith David found that individuals with social anxiety are better at choosing gifts for other people than their counterparts.
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Who Are the Best Gift-Givers? Not Who You'd Think, Says Marketing Research
[4/7/2018]
Phys.org: New research from professor of marketing Meredith David shows that people who are "anxious" in social settings are better at selecting gifts people are most likely to enjoy.
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Meet Baylor’s nationally recognized expert on cell phone addiction
[4/6/2018]
A Baylor marketing professor since 1991, Dr. James Roberts has spent the majority of his professional career studying the “dark side” of consumer behavior — things like credit card debt, waste, money and possessions, and most recently, cell phone addiction. When it comes to that last topic, Roberts quite literally wrote the book, having published Too Much […]
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Who Are The Best Gift-Givers? Not Who You’d Think
[4/6/2018]
Arizona Daily Independent: This article reviews research by professor of marketing Meredith David whose study of "social projection" found that people who are considered "anxious" in interpersonal settings are actually better at making choices for others.
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Who Are the Best Gift-givers? Not Who You’d Think, Says Baylor University Marketing Research
[4/6/2018]
WACO, Texas (April 6, 2018) – Have you ever bought a gift for a friend, simply because it’s a gift that you would like yourself?
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Beyond the Interview
[4/5/2018]
Business Review Podcast: Finding the right person to fill a position at one of the of the world’s top ten most innovative companies can be difficult. According to Shabnam Mogharabi, CEO of Soul Pancake, it’s more than just skills on a resume.
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Student-Run Investment Fund Distributes Money for Scholarships
[3/29/2018]
For 17 consecutive years, Baylor University’s student-managed Philip M. Dorr Alumni & Friends Endowed Investment Fund has provided generous contributions to student scholarships totaling over $2 million over its lifetime. This year, the Fund contributed $184,000 in support of student-athlete scholarships.
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Food for Thought
[3/29/2018]
Business Review Podcast: As a young medical student, Zoi Maroudas noticed the critical relationship between nutrition and health. Nutrition soon became her passion and gave her an idea for a unique niche – creating healthy, tasty meals... for babies.
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Phubbing Is Bad for Relationships, New Study Finds
[3/28/2018]
For Women First: In this summary of "phubbing," or "phone snubbing," research by professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David, who coined the term "phubbing," is cited.
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Baylor Team Earns Second Place in Financial Portfolio Competition
[3/28/2018]
A team of Portfolio Management Practicum students from Baylor earned second place in the Portfolio Manager’s Finalist competition at the Texas Investment Portfolio Symposium.
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Haven on Earth: Duo Examines International Tax Reforms, Impact on Havens
[3/28/2018]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Assistant Professor of Accounting Janie Whiteaker-Poe, with her former graduate assistant Robert C. Goodwill, Jr., recently delved into how the U.S. handles international taxation and implications of specific reform proposals.
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Clif-Hanger: Historic Theater Reaps Benefits as Case Study Subject
[3/28/2018]
Innovative Business at Baylor: As entrepreneur in residence in the Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation Department, Marlene Reed uses her case studies to provide hands-on, business education to her business excellence scholarship team (BEST) students. One of her most recent cases, which was inspired by a family trip to the local CLIFTEX Theatre, has been published in Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice.
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Mapping the Mountain: Researchers Analyze Reams of Data to Plot Journal Themes
[3/28/2018]
Innovative Business at Baylor: 35 years. 721 articles. Nearly 36,000 citations and co-citations. That’s how much data Associate Professor of Marketing Keith Richards, with co-authors Wyatt Schrock, Yanhui Zhao and Douglas E. Hughes, coded and analyzed for their recent article, “JPSSM Since the Beginning: Intellectual Cornerstones, Knowledge Structure and Thematic Developments.”
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[Re]Searching for the Truth: Investigating How Religion and Money Influence Rationality
[3/28/2018]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Recent Economics graduate Brittany Ward, along with Assistant Professor Jason Aimone, Professor Jim West and a graduate assistant in the Economics Department, decided to research how rationality is affected when religion and monetary gain are at odds.
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Risky Business: Undergrad’s Honors Thesis Explores Risk and Punishment
[3/28/2018]
Innovative Business at Baylor: For her senior honors thesis, Economics graduate Amanda Short explored this risky behavior. Encouraged by her thesis advisor, Assistant Professor of Economics Jason Aimone, Short set out to understand more about human behavior in similarly risky situations.
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Is Phubbing Ruining Your Relationship? It Could Be Doing More Damage Than You Think
[3/27/2018]
Elite Daily: This article reviews research by professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David who found that "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," is ruining relationships.
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