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GGU Financial Planning Professor, Rick Kahler, explains why he couldn't help his client when she became delusional.
Alumnus Joel McComb, MBA, is acknowledged for past accomplishments and announced as the newest board member for Bio-Rad.
Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, questions the interpretation of the court on federal exchanges.
Kit Yarrow explains how certain values differ in young consumers, and how those differences influence the way they shop.
GGU Law Dean Emeritus, Peter Keane, discusses the legal tactics of the new charge against Yee.
This fall, Golden Gate University will launch its first Small Business Program designed to help its alumni become successful small business owners. The year-long pilot program is free, thanks to a $300,000 grant from Chevron.
GGU Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, discusses the June 30, 2014 decision of the United States Supreme Court in Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.
Bay Area caregivers file class-action lawsuit against leading nationwide health care services company
The Women's Employment Rights Clinic of the GGU School of Law are bringing a class-action lawsuit against a nationwide health care services company, alleging that personal caregivers need better working conditions, including breaks and at least minimum wage.
Michael J. Becker, GGU DBA student, has just been named the 2014 recipient of the Edward N. Mayer, Jr. Education Leadership Award for Marketing EDGE, the educational support arm of the Direct Marketing Association. He will be recognized on October 25th at an awards dinner held during the annual research summit associated with the annual meeting of the DMA. Previous winners are luminaries from the direct and interactive industry and academia, including John Deighton, Harvard professor and editor of the Journal of Consumer Research.
With divorce parties on the rise, some bakeries are now making special cakes just for the occasion.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly thinks the Economy will be this summer's main story. What stories do you think will be big?
Making the legal case for sustainability in China, Peter Oniemola sites a GGU Law Review paper.
Kit Yarrow tells CreditCards.com how our brains have changed, and how consumers can avoid the pitfalls of shopping today.
Positively Filipino and Golden Gate University Edward S. Ageno School of Business present a film by Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas: Documented.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas film Documented screened at Golden Gate University April 19 to an audience of nearly 200.
Jay Gonzalez, professor of government and Global Filipino Studies, Ageno School of Business, speaks with Michael Krasny
Dr. Jay Gonzalez observes that, "Filipinos have a long history with guns."
Prof. Gonzalez, chair of GGU s Public Administration dept. in the Ageno School of Business: Vargas is a rock star in the immigrant-rights community.
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.
Prof. Gonzalez comments on the upcoming screening of "Documented" at GGU.
Sledgehammer Games' Glen Schofield Named Speaker for Golden Gate University's Graduate Commencement Ceremony
Glen Schofield, video game guru, will be speaking at GGU Commencement Ceremonies .