Nike and other brands on New York State standardized tests raise concerns of product placement. Professor Strahilevitz comments.
Need wifi abroad? Professor Strahilevitz says travelers would rather pay a bigger overall hotel bill than pay extra for wifi
Professor Strahilevitz comments on the selfish side of charity. Often, giving is motivated by more than a desire to help others. This doesn't mean it won't have an overall positive effect.
GGU Professor Michal Ann Strahilevitz comments on the strategy behind the one day window to buy Google Glass
Terry Connelly takes a look at the troubles facing the stock market this spring.
GGU Law's emeritus Dean Peter Keane comments on new tactics from "Shrimp Boy's" lawyers in Senator Yee scandal. Keane says it is likely the lawyers are laying the groundwork for an entrapment defense.
With social networks, quality may be more important than quantity. GGU Marketing Profressor Strahilevitz weighs in.
New Coinstar machines allow consumers to trade in giftcards for a portion of the value in cash. Kit Yarrow explains how this frees consumers.
GGU professor Jay Gonzalez questions likelihood of Philippine arms deal involving Senator Yee and a Daly City dentist
GGU Alumn Michael G. Harpold recalls his first interactions with Chavez on the Mexican/American border.
Michael Robertson, aid to the President of the United States and a GGU Alumnus, is fighting for Obamacare through stage IV cancer.
GGU Professor Michal Ann Strahilevitz suggests virtual reality has applications outside of gaming -- including long-distance-learning.
Marketing professor Michal Ann Strahilevitz says drinking coffee for many is less about caffeine content and more about ritual.
Cynthia Chandler, an adjunct professor at GGU Law and co-founder of the Oakland-based prisoner rights group Justice Now, pushes for an end to prison sterilizations, gathering data and firsthand accounts from female prisoners about questionable and damaging surgeries.
GGU's Terry Connelly criticizes CNBC for misleading financial reporting. Connelly analyzes the consequences of CNBC's misstep, which led investors to believe that Federal interest rates would increase earlier than expected.
Teaming up with another person can improve your odds of keeping a New Year's resolution
Loyalty programs work really well, obviously, if it's something you buy pretty regularly.
In light of December’s epic data breach at Target, many consumers are questioning the liability that could come with participating in loyalty programs.
Terry Connelly argues that Downton Abbey mirrors the changing economy in the U.S.
Kit Yarrow discusses adult consumer behavior during the Christmas season.
At a time of year when many workers anticipate a Christmas bonus check or a holiday ham, some companies say one of the best ways to reward outstanding performance and inspire employee loyalty is a chance to shop til they drop.
GGU Law Professor Mort Cohen is honored for his public service.
Golden Gate University School of Law professor Mort Cohen is the recipient of a regional Jefferson Award for Public Service for his tremendous pro bono work on behalf of the elderly and mentally ill. These awards were originally founded in 1972 by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, U.S. Senator Robert Taft, Jr., and Sam Beard to create a "Nobel Prize" for public service.
Kit Yarrow discusses adult consumer behavior during Halloween.
Peter Keane, dean emeritus and professor at GGU's School of Law, discusses identity theft.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly discusses the markets and Syria.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly anticipates Bernanke's next move.
GGU professor and legendary powerhouse, Martin Pring, discusses his contributions to technical analysis methodology.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly discusses the recent trial and controversial verdict.
Kit Yarrow talks about the integration of technology into our lives -- including our clothing.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly analyzes the (ir)rationality of market behavior.
Kit Yarrow explains why the car service Silvercar will appeal to younger professionals.
Professor of Law, Mort Cohen, discusses the geographically-fragmented nature of some California laws.
Marketing professor Michal Strahilevitz discusses the risks of firing your spokesperson.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly parses the Bernanke's words.
Kit Yarrow explores the consumer psychology of processed food prices.
Tax Dean Mary Canning named one of the Most Influential Women in the Bay Area.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly talks about the power of the Fed's words.
Graduating? Kit Yarrow explains how to get more gifts through social media.
Kit Yarrow discusses the positive impacts of shopping.
GGU Law Professor Roger Bernhardt talks about the fine print of contracts.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly discusses the 2016 Republican Presidential Horse Race
GGU Law Professor Peter Keane weighs in on the retirement of the Oakland Police Chief
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly asks if the old adage will ring true this year.
Kit Yarrow explains how the desire to provide well for their children affects parents' spending for prom.
Kit Yarrow discusses why most retailers are unlikely to tack on a charge for credit card purchases.
Kit Yarrow explains how our senses influence shopping decisions.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly discusses the possibility of non-government backed insurance on savings.
Kit Yarrow explains that cost often trumps brand loyalty.
Kit Yarrow argues that our confidence in government is weakened by poor communication about sequestration effects.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly offers his thoughts on the effects of the Euro crisis.