Graziadio School faculty chime in on Google’s new algorithm to reduce content farms, what it means for SEO, and how business websites can optimize their sites.
Archive for March, 2011
One should look at an investment as if it was a relationship and define under what circumstances that relationship no longer holds value.
In this podcast interview, David Scalise, JD discusses how critical trademarks and trade dress are to a company’s success, and the legal protections for them.
As if the human toll and suffering were not tragic enough, Japan also had to endure economic and financial strains unmatched in recent history.
Four days after the disaster in Japan, we are starting to see the break-down in trust amongst the Japanese public, media, and government.
[powerpress: http://gsbm-med.pepperdine.edu/gbr/audio/winter2011/Podcasts/Axley podcast.mp3] Click here to listen and subscribe in iTunes U Where do truly great ideas come from? Is it possible to purposefully discover serendipity? How do people share information in ways to expand what they know? Stephen R. Axley, PhD believes that the answer to these questions lies in something we all do […]
The 8.9 magnitude earthquake hitting Japan on Friday, March 11, sent shockwaves of disbelief around the world. Rare events like this one can send massive financial shockwaves too.
Clemens Kownatzki, adjunct professor of financial risk management introduces “Market Wrap,” a brief summary of interesting market events and major economic news.
Alan Beard, adjunct marketing professor and social media expert, discusses the value of keeping humor in the workplace.