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.
Tax Dean Mary Canning explains that mortgage points must be amortized over the life of the loan.
Kit Yarrow explains why we feel such strong emotions when it comes to Disney.
Kit Yarrow helps explain why we make poor choices when it comes to managing our income taxes.
GGU Law Professor Peter Keane explains why Thomas Frazier has his work cut out for him.
Kit Yarrow argues that online reviews may make consumers change their behavior, but probably not dramatically.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly discusses the nuances of messages from Fed members and others.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly gives a few reasons for the behavior of the markets.
GGU Law Professor Myron Moskovitz argues that MUNI would be on solid ground in banning defoulers.
GGU Law Professor Peter Keane discusses the judge who presided over the Bonds trial
Kit Yarrow discusses the effects the new credit card surcharge rules will have on the retail industry.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly shares his feelings on the debt ceiling law.
Marketing professor Michal Strahilevitz explains how quick thinking can make all the difference with social media.
Marketing professor Michal Strahilevitz weighs in on GoDaddy's Super Bowl ad.
Adjunct professor Larry Goldzband discusses his new role as the executive director of The Bay Conservation and Development Commission
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly explains how the financial industry uses consultants to sharpen employee skills.
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Psychology professor Michal Ann Strahilevitz explains how advertisers create ad buzz before the game.
Psychology professor Tom Wooldridge discusses the often overlooked signs of anorexia in men.
GGU Law Professor Peter Keane explains why the cycling giant's confession could be a bad move
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly argues that avoiding the fiscal cliff can be a win-win on sides of the aisle.
Kit Yarrow identifies the psychology behind your buying impulses.
GGU Economics professor Bill Hermann discusses the effects of the minimum wage on entry-level jobs.
GGU Law Professor Wes Porter discusses the legal nuances behind Bond's Hall of Fame defense.
The psychology behind why we feel the need to wear those ugly holiday sweaters.
Golden Gate University has named interim law school dean Rachel Van Cleave to the permanent post.
GGU Law Professor, Peter Keane, discusses the implications behind keeping San Francisco's current Head of Housing Official.
Now that the presidential election has ended, how far is the media willing to go to recapture relevance?
Gifts are a powerful form of communication. Find out what messages are being sent by the holiday gifts you've picked out for people.
If you want to see which way the wind is blowing as to the fiscal cliff negotiations, just watch the price of highest-paying dividend stocks.
Learn how to enjoy the holidays for a change and ditch debt-related stress.
Some malls are going the extra mile to ease the pain of Black Friday shopping for consumers.
Congress now has only about 50 days left to turn off the timer and defuse the fiscal bomb.
Don't wait to get started on your holiday shopping. There are great deals to be had now when inventory is plentiful, the stores are less crowded and your stress level isn't so high you'll be making foolish decisions.
Five reasons why self-gifting is more popular than ever this year.
Many would view PG&E's recent legal argument that the San Bruno fire was just a mistake as an affront. Is PG&E still trying to deflect blame? Or is the company just using "standard" legal tactics?
Golden Gate University is reaching out to remind them that the university, working with the federal government’s Yellow Ribbon Program, can cover up to 100 percent of tuition for qualified candidates.
The bargain that you think you're getting at outlets may not really be what you think it is.
UBS's decision to cut as many as 10,000 jobs and retreat from capital-intensive trading businesses will help position Switzerland’s largest bank to return more funds to shareholders.
Young people are not burning for freedom from their parents or the independence they can get from a car. Is technology to blame?
UBS, Switzerland’s largest bank, will cut as many as 10,000 jobs companywide as the trading business shrinks.
By suing the 90-year-old Greenbrae man he allegedly tried to kill during a burglary, Samuel Cutrufelli lit a roaring grease-fire of vitriol on social media.
Terry Connelly comments on the importance of Facebook capitalizing in the mobile world.