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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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If You Ignore Your Partner By Using Your Phone, You Might Be Endangering Your Relationship
[3/26/2018]
Mommyish: This post cites research by professors of marketing Meredith David and James Roberts who found that phone snubbing can damage relationships.
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Baylor Honors High School Entrepreneurs
[3/26/2018]
Baylor University’s Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise will honor 11 outstanding high school-aged entrepreneurs on Wednesday, April 11 in the President’s Suite at McLane Stadium at the 2018 Baylor Youth Entrepreneur Awards.
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Take an Exclusive Tour of Oracle's New Live-In Campus in Austin, Where College Grads Live, Work and Party Together
[3/24/2018]
Business Insider: This story about Oracle's new Austin, Texas campus, which opened in March and will hire new college graduates, credits Lauren Mosley (BBA Marketing '17) among three other employees for making a tour of the facilities possible.
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“Baylor Business: Your Calling, Our Mission” to Debut at Spring Premiere
[3/23/2018]
When prospective undergraduate students attend Baylor University’s Spring Premiere to explore campus, they will be among the first to see a new video by the Hankamer School of Business entitled “Baylor Business: Your Calling, Our Mission.”
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Baylor Business Review Recruiting Reader Advisory Panel
[3/23/2018]
In an effort to connect with the interests of our readers, the Baylor Business Review is recruiting an elite group of dedicated alumni to join our BBR Reader Advisory Panel.
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KPMG Announces 2018 'Data and Analytics' Master's Program
[3/22/2018]
Accounting Today: Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business is among the participants in KPMG’s Master of Accounting with Data and Analytics Program, which looks to develop accountants in the data age.
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Audio: What’s Your Poison? Talking About Cellphone Addiction With Dr. Jim Roberts
[3/18/2018]
In the Balance: This podcast episode features professor of marketing James Roberts who speaks about his research on cellphone addiction.
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Baylor’s Commercial Banking Program Listed in FDIC Directory
[3/16/2018]
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has recently included Baylor University in the Directory of College and University Degree Programs. The Directory emphasizes the impact of community banks within the nation’s economy and will assist prospective students as they assess potential educational and career options within community banking. Community bankers will also benefit, as the Directory will aid them in identifying and hiring talent.
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Toys R Us Bites the Dust
[3/15/2018]
Waco Tribune-Herald: Professor of marketing James Roberts is quoted in this article about the closing of Toys R Us stores.
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Technology a Productivity Killer for the Team
[3/15/2018]
Human Resources Director Magazine: Research by professors of marketing Meredith David and James Roberts, who found that "boss phubbing" can lead to decreased employee trust and engagement, is cited in this article.
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Baylor Professor and Jazz Singer Tyrha Lindsey Joins Waco Jazz Orchestra Show
[3/14/2018]
Waco Tribune-Herald: This story about professor of marketing Tyrha Lindsey-Warren showcases her career and her training as a jazz vocalist. She performs with the Waco Jazz Orchestra on Saturday, March 17.
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Video: Waco: ‘Fixer Upper’ Star Returns to the Classroom
[3/13/2018]
KWTX-TV (CBS): Baylor Business alumnus Chip Gaines, of "Fixer Upper" fame, returned to campus on Monday to speak with students about his own business career since graduation.
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Baylor University Now Accepting Nominations for 2018 Texas Family Business of the Year
[3/13/2018]
The Institute for Family Business at Baylor University is now accepting nominations for the 29th Annual Texas Family Business of the Year Awards.
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A 26-Year-Old 'Former Phone Addict' Has Made It His Mission to Wean Millennials From Their Screens — by Sending Them Abroad Without Smartphones
[3/7/2018]
Business Insider: Cited in this article about millennial cell phone usage is the research of professor of marketing James Roberts.
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Worry More About Housing Costs in Retirement Than Healthcare Costs
[3/2/2018]
The Street: Professor of finance and The Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair in Investment Management is quoted in this article about strategies that could boost after-tax income in retirement.
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Audio: Baylor Connections: Dr. Terry Maness
[3/2/2018]
KWBU (NPR): Dean Maness discusses the impact of the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, the importance of partnerships with top executives around the world and trends in business education.
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Audio: Baylor Connections – Terry Maness, Dean of Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business
[3/2/2018]
Baylor Connections (KWBU - NPR): Baylor Connections on KWBU (NPR) featured an interview with Terry Maness, D.B.A., longtime dean of the Hankamer School of Business, about the impact of the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, the importance of partnerships with top executives around the world and trends in business education.
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Point of View: Memo to Employers: Do the Right Thing
[3/1/2018]
Palm Beach Post: Daniel L. Bennett, Ph.D., research professor in Baylor’s Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise, co-authored this column about employment contracts and tipping.
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Where Do IRAs Fit in Your Retirement Distribution Plan?
[2/28/2018]
Morningstar: Professor of finance and The Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair in Investment Management is quoted about strategies for IRA withdrawal.
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Leidner Becomes Honorary Doctor at Lund University School of Economics and Management
[2/26/2018]
Professor Dorothy Leidner has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the Lund University School of Economics and Management in Scandanavia. She is the Ferguson Professor of Information Systems at Baylor University and the director of the PhD program in Information Systems.
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Video: Can You Have Too Many Selfies?
[2/26/2018]
KTBC-TV (FOX): "Good Day Austin" co-hosts discuss research by professor of entrepreneurship Steven Bradley and professor of marketing James Roberts on the impact of social media "likability" among those who post selfies.
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Video: Foolish Take: Nearly 80% of Americans Own Smartphones
[2/24/2018]
USA Today: Research by professor of marketing James Roberts shows that the average female college student spends 10 hours a day on their smartphone while the average male spends eight.
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Enjoy Travel More by Avoiding Screen Addiction
[2/22/2018]
Born2Invest: Cited in this piece about reducing smartphone addiction is research by professor of marketing James Roberts who found that the average female college student spends 10 hours a day on her smartphone and the average male spends eight hours.
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Followers, “Likes,” Attractiveness Increase Social Media Likability. Selfies? Not So Much, Baylor Study Says
[2/22/2018]
WACO, Texas (Feb. 22, 2018) – Maybe you think your Facebook posts are hilarious. Or you might think that Instagram selfie of you at the beach is picture-perfect. And that clever Tweet? You nailed it! But what do other people – your “friends,” “followers” and anyone else who might stumble across your profile – think of you based on your social media presence? Do they really like you?
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Audio: Is Phubbing Ruining Trust at Work?
[2/19/2018]
High Performance Leadership Podcast: Professor of marketing James Roberts is interviewed about a range of topics in his expertise, including research he authored with Meredith David about "phubbing," or "phone snubbing," and its ill effects on relationships.
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Baylor’s Andrea Dixon Named Regional Editor for Global Research Publication
[2/15/2018]
Andrea L. Dixon, Ph.D., executive director of Baylor University’s Center for Professional Selling and Frank and Floy Smith Holloway Endowed Professor in Marketing, was recently named the regional editor of the Americas for the European Journal of Marketing.
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Audio: Consumer and Business News: “Phubbing” Your Valentine
[2/11/2018]
WHAM-AM (NBC): The focus of this story is on research by professors of marketing James Roberts and Emily Hunter that found "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," can damage romantic relationships.
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Obsessed With Following the Rules? That’s Probably Stressing out Your Staff
[2/11/2018]
Moneyish: Professors of management Matthew Quade, Sara Perry and Emily Hunter published research that found that rigid rule-following ethical leadership can stress out employees and lead to turnover and deviance.
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Video: Tech Talker: "Phubbing" Your Valentine
[2/9/2018]
WTHR-TV (NBC): More than 100 NBC affiliates throughout the country have aired this story that centers on research from Baylor Business professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David that confirms that cellphones are damaging romantic relationships and leading to higher levels of depression.
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America Has a Phone Addiction Problem
[2/8/2018]
MSN Lifestyle: This story references the research of James Roberts, professor of marketing at Baylor Business, who found that among college students the average female spends 10 hours a day on her smartphone and the average male spends eight.
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Ethical Leadership Can Have Negative Consequences, Researchers Say
[2/7/2018]
Phys.org: Professors of management Matthew Quade, Sara Perry and Emily Hunter surveyed 609 employees across two studies and found that ethical leadership plus job and boss-related stresses can lead to employee turnover and deviance.
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Video: Waco Council Expected to Get Behind Business Incubator
[2/6/2018]
KWTX-TV (CBS): Professor of entrepreneurship Greg Leman is interviewed in this segment about a new joint venture between Start Up Waco and LAUNCH to help local entrepreneurs create successful businesses.
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Ethical Leadership Can Have Negative Consequences, Baylor University Researchers Say
[2/6/2018]
ScienMag: New research by professors of management Matthew Quade, Sara Perry and Emily Hunter shows that even under ethical leadership if work or supervisors stress employees out it can lead to employee deviance and turnover.
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Audio: Is Your Boss Guilty of Phubbing?
[2/6/2018]
WWJ-AM (CBS Detroit): Business editor for WWJ-AM Radio in Detroit, Murray Feldman, reviews research by professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David on supervisors who "phub," or "phone snub," and this behavior's impact on employee loyalty and performance.
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EMBA Program Builds Servant Leaders for an Interconnected, Digital World
[2/4/2018]
Austin Business Journal: This piece reviews how the Baylor Business Executive MBA program in Austin has cultivated servant leaders for over 20 years.
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Two Ways to Increase Deductions Under the New Tax Law
[2/4/2018]
The Wall Street Journal: William Reichenstein, professor of finance, reviews two strategies investors can use to increase their itemized deductions above the new higher standard deduction.
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Ethical Leadership Can Have Negative Consequences, Baylor University Researchers Say
[1/31/2018]
WACO, Texas (Jan. 31, 2018) – Ethical leadership is a good thing, right? Certainly, management experts say. But ethical leadership can have negative consequences, too, according to new research from management faculty in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business.
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Turn Everyone Into Innovators
[1/31/2018]
Investor's Business Daily: How do you transform non-innovators into innovators? Professor of entrepreneurship Greg Leman is quoted in this piece that attempts to answer this question.
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Business School Merit and Need Based Scholarship Applications Open
[1/25/2018]
Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business applications for scholarships are now open! The deadline to apply is March 1st.
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Professor Uses Facebook to Connect Real Estate Students and Alumni
[1/24/2018]
When Chuck Delaney, an associate professor in the Hankamer School of Business' Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate, met with a former student in 2009, he didn't know a chain reaction of networking was about to begin.
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Students and Alumni Start Investment and Advisory Network, Encouraging Mentorship in Finance Sector
[1/23/2018]
Beyond career advancement, the Network promotes strong relationships: student-to-student, student to alumni and alumni to alumni. The I&A Network provides access to information and networking opportunities that are invaluable to anyone interested in pursuing a career in investment banking and high finance.
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Here Are Some Social Security Numbers You Should Know
[1/19/2018]
Ventura County Star: Professor of finance William Reichenstein is interviewed as an expert in this article about inflation-related numbers and their effect on Social Security planning.
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Why the Boss Shouldn’t ‘Phub’ With a Phone
[1/19/2018]
The Seattle Times: New research by professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David reveals that a boss who "phubs" can cause employee trust levels and work engagement to fall.
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