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7 Ways to Follow a Healthier Diet in 2019
[12/27/2019]
Consumer Reports: Meredith David, assistant professor of Marketing, is cited in this article discussing small changes that can be made to encourage healthier eating habits.
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The Perfect Workday Hours to Maximize Motivation
[3/4/2019]
Equities: Reseach from associate professors of management Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu is referenced in this article about the perfect workday schedule to improve productivity.
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Stretch Your Retirement with this Tax-Saving Strategy
[2/20/2019]
Reuters: Bill Reichenstein, Professor Emeritus of Investments, is featured in this article for his financial approach to retirement, which he shared at a recent Financial Planning Association Conference.
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Religiosity Linked to Higher Charitable Giving, Unless Materialism Hinders
[2/19/2019]
Mental Daily: Research by James A. Roberts, The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, and Meredith David, assistant professor of marketing, finds that religiosity can drive donors to give, but when materialism enters the equation, giving decreases.
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Get Organized and Improve Workplace Productivity
[2/18/2019]
The Chronicle Herald: Research by associate professors of management Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu is referenced in this article containing tips on how employees can stay organized and increase their productivity.
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When Good Leaders Create Bad Results
[2/18/2019]
Entrepreneur: This story features research by led by Matthew Quade, assistant professor of management, that found that if ethical leadership is conducted improperly, it can lead to resentment in the workplace and act as a roadblock to job performance for employees.
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When Good Leaders Create Bad Results
[2/18/2019]
Times Union: This article references a study by the research team led by Matthew Quade, assistant professor of management, that found that even a leader with the best of intentions can cause harm when employees see the ethical leadership as a roadblock to their job performance.
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Study: Religious People Give More to Charity - Unless Shopping Plans Get In The Way
[2/8/2019]
Study Finds: A study conducted by marketing professors Meredith David and James A. Roberts finds that religious people give more to charity than non-religious people, but if their giving delays plans to make a big purchase, they are less liekly to be as generous to charitable causes.
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Local Franchisees Awarded Franchisee of the Year at Annual Convention
[2/7/2019]
Franchising: Baylor Business alumni Franky Burciaga and Alfonso Masso bought their own franchise directly after graduation and were recently awarded Franchisee of the Year by Restoration 1.
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Gap Between Corporate Earnings, Non-Financial Measures Affects Forecasting
[2/4/2019]
ScienMag: A study co-authored by Bradley Lail, associate professor and chair of accounting and business law, is referenced in this article describing how the more a company's earnings diverge from its non-financial resources, the less likely it is to issue a forecast of its annual earnings.
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