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Our faculty are sought out by the media for their expertise on a variety of topics.
Here's the latest:
- January 27, 2023Mehmet Altug, associate professor of information systems and operations management, comments on the potential visious cycle retailers may find themselves in when offloading excess inventory at low prices in an article for Modern Retail.
- January 26, 2023Accounting Instructor Kevin Matthews was quoted in TheStreet in an article about good tax breaks to take.
- January 23, 2023Accounting Instructor Kevin Matthews comments on the IRS' taxpayer service in this piece for Accounting Today.
- January 19, 2023Finance Professor Derek Horstmeyer shares insignts about IRAs in this piece for TheStreet.com.
- January 12, 2023Sarah Wittman, asistant professor of management, appeared on an episode of The Fix podcast to discuss her research on how work plays a huge role in shaping our identities, relationships, and sense of belonging.
- January 11, 2023Gautham Vadakkepatt, associate professor of marketing and director of the Center for Retail Transformation was named a Top Retail Influencer for 2023 by RetinkRetail. The list is comprised of retail experts, consultants, analysts, academics, journalists, and thought leaders who are making an impact in retail in 2023.
- January 7, 2023Many investors assume the best mutual funds for their taxes are the funds with the least trading. But that isn’t always the case. Finance Professor Derek Horstmeyer explains in an article for the Wall Street Journal.
- January 6, 2023Stocks that end up in a short squeeze tend to exhibit two well-known determinants: They have high short interest and are thinly traded. But do other factors come into play? Finance Professor Derek Horstmeyer and students Tao Wei and Junchen Xia wondered whether certain macro conditions might correlate with greater numbers of short squeezes or if short squeezes were more common in particular sectors and shared their analysis in CFA Institute's Enterprising Investor Blog.
- December 15, 2022For a technology that many anticipate will transform investment management, artificial intelligence remains a black box for far too many investment professionals. In an article for CFA Institute's Enterprising Investor Blog, Finance Professor Derek Horstmeyer, along with students Nicholas Guidos and Lance Nguyen, bring some clarity to the subject by zeroing in on one particular AI equity trading model.
- Tech stocks may pull out of their nosedive, but the sector won't return to its pandemic-era highs even when the Fed eases rate hikesDecember 11, 2022Tech got trounced in 2022, and while 2023 looks a bit brighter, there won't be a return to endless gains and unlimited enthusiasm for the space. Finance Professor Derek Horstmeyer comments on common phenomenons in Growth Stocks in this Markets Insider piece.
- December 7, 2022The attorney general of the District of Columbia has filed a lawsuit against Amazon, accusing the company of defrauding consumers about the tips they leave for delivery drivers. Brad Greenwood, associate professor of information systems and operations management, told DC News Now that the ruse was quite clever.
- December 5, 2022With an increasing shortage of housing across the U.S. driving up home prices and rents, communities and developers need to adopt a broader strategy. An important part of that approach will be infill development, adaptive reuse, and changes in zoning regulations to encourage the development of so-called “Missing Middle” buildings with multiple units that younger couples and families can afford to purchase. This article from Urban Land, the magazine of the Urban Land Institute, quotes Eric Maribojoc, executive director for the School of Business' Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, on the issue.