Amazon may not always have the best prices, but that doesn't stop people from shopping there anyway

GGU's Professor Emeritus and consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow explains the progress of consumer dependency on Amazon.

California's bullet train is likely to face more environmental hurdles after a high court ruling

Golden Gate University Law School professor Helen Kang comments on California Supreme Court's ruling regarding California’s high-speed train project.

San Francisco is the Place to Be for Graduates Looking for a Job

San Francisco has been named the best city in the US for recent graduates to find a job by the highly respected American Institute of Economic Research (AIER). The study looked at unemployment rate, labor force participation, and how many people worked in emerging industries.

Labor Commissioner's Office Recovers over $360,000 for Live-in Caregivers in Wage Theft Case

Women's Employment Rights Clinic students successfully represented clients in Labor Commissioner hearing and helped them recover their full award.

Under Every GOP Plan to Replace Obamacare, Your Employer Will Be Free to Terminate Your Health Insurance

Economic expert and Professor Emeritus Terry Connelly explains how future congressional action will affect workplace insurance.

Golden Gate University -- In the Heart of the Best City for New Grads

A new report by the American Institute for Economic Research ranks San Francisco the top city for new college graduates.

New Bachelor’s Degree Concentration in Data Analytics Gives Students In-Demand Skills

GGU is introducing a new undergraduate concentration in the cutting-edge field of Data Analytics will prepare the next generation of business professionals to unlock the potential of Big Data.

Conference to Update CPAs on Changes In Estate and Trust Planning

The California Education Foundation is will hold a two-day conference on estate and trust planning at Golden Gate University beginning July 17.

7 On Your Side: Does Amazon's Prime Day really offer the best prices?

GGU's Professor Emeritus and consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow discusses Amazon Prime Day on KGO-TV and offers advice to retailers attempting to compete with Amazon.

Are You Cut Out for a Work-from-home Job?

Consumer psychologist and professor emerita Kit Yarrow explains how self-direction and focus contribute to a productive home worker.

Uber Finally Adds Tipping to Ride-Hail App

Consumer psychologist and professor emerita Kit Yarrow talks about gratuity in the sharing economy.

Why It's So Hard to Buy Father's Day Gifts, Explained by Psychology

Consumer psychologist and professor emerita Kit Yarrow explains how changing notions of fatherhood influence our gift-buying decisions.

NRHA All-Industry Conference Speakers

Consumer psychologist and GGU Professor Emerita Kit Yarrow speaks at the 2017 North American Retail Hardware Association Conference.

Greenaction Releases Report on Harmful Pollution from Under-Regulated Concrete Plants in Bayview Hunters Point and Beyond, Exposing Lax Government Oversight of Air Pollution

On behalf of Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice, the Environmental Law and Justice Clinic at Golden Gate University School of Law today released a report, Concrete Manufacturers and the Regulatory Role of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), detailing the results of an investigation into Bay Area concrete batching plants, compliance with their air pollution permits and the air district’s failure to adequately regulate them. The report concludes that the Bay Area Air Quality Management District inspected these concrete facilities only sporadically and, when it discovered permit violations unearthed by law students, it failed to take adequate and timely enforcement action. The report also faulted BAAQMD’s system for responding to Public Records Act requests as far too slow and incomplete.

Connecting Students to Jobs

GGU President David Fike talks about new analytics degrees, business collaboration, and growth.

Anthony Niedwiecki Named New Dean of Golden Gate University School of Law

New Dean brings administrative leadership to build on Law School's commitment to expanding access to legal profession.

What the House GOP Isn't Telling You About Their Obamacare Repeal Bill

Economic expert and Professor Emeritus Terry Connelly explains the impact of the bill that rolls back a number of Obamacare protections.

GGU Online -- Librarian Support for Students

GGU library staff enable student success online.

International Journey: The Story of a Marketing Student at GGU

Ruslan Farman has lived in several countries and is pursuing a BA in Marketing. In this blog post, he describes his travels and how he was inspired to become a marketing major at GGU.

This is the One Secret the Clickbait Companies Don't Want You to Know

GGU Professor Emerita and marketing authority Kit Yarrow weighs in on the appeal of "clickbait" articles.

Professor Hank Pruden Wins Award from Prestigious Technical Analysis Organization

In recognition of Dr. Pruden's contributions to the field of technical analysis, his MTA Annual Award trophy is inscribed, "for his determination to establish the first Graduate Level Certificate of Technical Market Analysis at Golden Gate University where he has taught, mentored and inspired thousands of students and professional technicians throughout his 40‑year career."

Best Places to Eat and Drink in San Francisco's Financial District (AKA GGU's Back Yard)

The GGU community voted on their favorite spots and the results are in.

BLC 2017: The Changing Consumer Mind

Speaking at the 2017 Bicycle Leadership Conference, consumer psychologist and GGU Professor Emerita Kit Yarrow explains how technology and emotion are rapidly changing consumer behavior.

GGU Project Management Students Chosen for "Next Generation Leaders" Delegation

Project Management students to represent San Francisco at the Western region Project Management Institute (PMI) conference.

Will We Have a Government Shutdown at the End of April or Just Weak GDP for the First Quarter?

With only a few remaining fiscal days to reach a deal, GGU Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly lays out scenarios for this year's federal budget showdown.