The Importance of Fashion Gatekeepers When Using Fur on Runways
Professor Greta Hsu and Emory University Professor Giacomo Negro share how a social movement and influential global fashion magazine Vogue successfully challenged the morally problematic use of fur in fashion.
It's Not Only the Pandemic That's Making Labor Scarce
Lecturer Suzy Taherian says despite a low national unemployment rate of 4.8%, there's a labor shortage in California involving both low-skilled and high-skilled workers due to numerous factors, such as childcare, more people working for themselves
87 Million Americans Will Look at Cars to Buy this Labor Day Weekend
The three-day weekend provided a big boost in car sales, and Professor Hemant Bhargava says that's due to three reasons: pent-up demand, extra money due to federal or state payments, and supply shortages.
Livestream Retailers: Why Hosts Should Sell with a Poker Face
Professor Prasad Naik and researchers from University of Tennessee published a new paper in the Journal of Marketing that investigates the sales impact of emotional expressions by the hosts of livestream retailing.
President of CFO Leadership Council Interviews Lecturer Suzy Taherian
Lecturer Suzy Taherian is interviewed by Jack McCullough, president of CFO leadership council, on LinkedIn Live as they look back on Taherian's predictions about the impact of COVID-19 on businesses and the future of finance.
Adapting Higher Education for the Lifelong Learner
Dean H. Rao Unnava talks with Andrew Hermalyn, president of global partnerships at 2U, Inc., about four major factors changing the landscape at universities and how life-long education has become more adaptive and flexible over time.
Cellars to Sellers: A New Law will Allow UC Davis to Sell its Wine to the Public
To sell thousands of gallons of wine previously poured down the drain, the Department of Viticulture & Enology turned to a team of UC Davis MBAs for a business plan as state laws passed to make it possible.
Following the recent Gamestop stock surge, professor Brad Barber says mostly-amateur retail investors used Reddit as a forum to coordinate their attacks on short-sellers and students flocked to easy-to-use brokerage apps, like Robinhood, to take