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Will CNBC Market Negativity Again Bail Out Short Hedge Funds?

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

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.

What Your Junk Drawer Reveals About You

Kit Yarrow discusses the psychology behind the junk drawer.

Ebola Is Not Spread By Air -- But Ebola Panic Is: Just Listen to Rush Limbaugh's Radio Program

Terry Connelly, Dean Emeritus, speaks on the Ebola epidemic, and how word of the disease is contributing to wide spread panic.

United Airlines Forgets to Fill in Blanks on Generic Apology Note

Marketing Professor Michal Ann Strahilevitz recommends businesses change their customer service tactics in the age of easy information sharing.

A Gym for Dogs: The Latest Addition to the Canine Industrial Complex

Psychology Professor, Kit Yarrow, predicts a boon in dog fitness.

Broken News: Is the Crazy Weather Getting to Our Collective Sanity?

Terry Connelly, Dean Emeritus, speaks about questionable behavior from society and even political parties.

Selfies Are So Over, Welcome to the Era of the ‘Usie’

Michal Ann Strahilevitz, Marketing Professor, talks about the social function of group selfies.

OKCupid Admits To Manipulating User Data, And It’s Not Alone

Professor Kit Yarrow, Ph.D. speaks on consumer manipulation to increase purchases.

As You Age, You Need to Protect Your Money -- From Yourself

GGU Financial Planning Professor, Rick Kahler, explains why he couldn't help his client when she became delusional.

Bio-Rad Announces the Appointment of Joel McComb as a New Board Member [Global Data Point]

Alumnus Joel McComb, MBA, is acknowledged for past accomplishments and announced as the newest board member for Bio-Rad.

When to Refuse LinkedIn Connection Requests

With social networks, quality may be more important than quantity. GGU Marketing Profressor Strahilevitz weighs in.

Golden Gate University Selects Paul Fouts as New Dean of Edward S. Ageno School of Business

Golden Gate University, the 110-year old private, non-profit University for working professionals that power the Bay Area and beyond, announced that after an extensive search, the University has selected Paul Fouts as the next Dean of its Edward S. Ageno School of Business.

Ten Things the Oscars Won't Say

Kit Yarrow talks to Smart Money about what Gen Y means to moviemakers.

BART Community Policing May Help, But Problems Are Endemic

Law School Dean Emeritus and former San Francisco Police Commissioner Peter Keane comments on a new strategy BART says will lead to better policing.