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Elissa Buie on Financial Times Top 100 Women Financial Advisers List

Distinguished Adjunct Professor, Elissa Buie, has been named one of Financial Times' inaugural FT Top 100 Women Financial Advisers for 2014.

Obamacare Dominoes: If Federal Subsidies Fall at the Supreme Court, so Do the Individual and Employer Mandates--Game Over!

Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, speaks on the possibility of Federal insurance subsidies being eliminated and the effect that will have on Obamacare users.

Column: Understand the Mind of Your Buyer

Professor Emerita, Kit Yarrow, speaks on the significance of focusing on consumer viewpoints to effectively market products.

Homeowners: Fall Planning Brings Spring Tax Savings

Dean Emerita, Mary Canning, gives tips for getting the most from home deductions.

Fear-Mongers on TV Spook Equities: Just in Time to Buy Cheap Before Great Earnings!

Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, offers his expert opinion to advise those looking to make a profit in the current market.

Elissa Buie Appears on Washingtonian Magazine's List of Top Money Advisers for the Fifth Time

Elissa Buie, Distinguished Adjunct Professor, is acknowledged for her contributions to the financial industry.

Decline in Gas Prices Might Not Continue for California

Professor Emeritus, Kit Yarrow, speaks on the effect gas prices has on consumer spending habits.

Ask the Mompreneur: Boost Sales by Using the Psychology of Business

Professor Emeritus, Kit Yarrow, speaks on the link between psychology and business success.

How Much Should You REALLY Spend on an Engagement Ring?

Professor Emeritus, Kit Yarrow, joins the conversation regarding acceptable engagement ring purchasing practices.

Boost Sales by Using the Psychology of Business

Professor Emeritus, Kit Yarrow, shares her professional opinion on the link between psychology and business.

Yahoo Beats Earnings Expectations But Analysts Expectations Still High

Terry Connelly, Dean Emeritus, offers his expert opinion on the topic of Yahoo's recent financial performance.

Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbons Sell Because They're Meaningless

Professor Michal Strahilevitz offers her expert opinion on the meaning of the pink ribbon.

Will CNBC Market Negativity Again Bail Out Short Hedge Funds?

Terry Connelly calls CNBC on the carpet on their gloomy predictions.

A "Hung" Senate with No Majority on November 4? Could Senate Independents Take Charge, Break Gridlock?

Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, speaks on senators, their importance, and the consequences of a "hung senate"

Invest the Time to Find the Best Financial Advisor for You

Distinguished Adjunct Professor Dave Yeske provides the steps one should take when searching for their ideal financial planner.

Unanswered Questions for a Consequential Autumn

Terry Connelly adroitly argues an assortment of autumnal affairs.

The MBA Goes Online

Ageno School of Business Dean, Paul Fouts, emphasizes the importance the school places on teacher/student engagement during online course sessions.

Market Manipulators Are Back in Season for the Fed "Septaper" Sequel: "Septighten"

Terry Connelly gives an update on "quantitative easing."

Mobility Math: More Folks Renting = Fewer Mortgages = Lower Deficit and Lower Unemployment

Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly discusses how the mobility trend affects business.

1 in 4 Millennials Lacks Health Insurance

Kit Yarrow says that many young people lack the fear needed to pursue coverage.

How to Be Nosy About Your Financial Adviser’s Finances

Rick Kahler gives advice on how to tactfully broach the subject.

Malls: Changing Times, Changing Tastes

Consumer attitudes have shifted around shopping, says Kit Yarrow.

Dating Goes to the Dogs: Sites Promote Bringing Pets on Dates

Michal Ann Strahilevitz notes the importance of a common interest when dating.

Small Business Owners Don't Save Enough for Retirement

Financial planning professor, David Yeske, discusses investment strategies for small business entrepreneurs.

The Next Big Battery Disruption Isn't Coming Next Year

Michal Strahilevitz says that when it comes to our gadgets, batteries are letting us down.