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The World Baseball Classic, Corporate Culture, and Short-Sightedness

Joseph Lee If you were anywhere near Dodger Stadium on March 23 for the World Baseball Classic (WBC) finals, you heard the drums and the thunder sticks of 45,000 South Korean fans drowning out the 5,000 Japanese fans—not to mention the 4,816 Americans there just to watch a good ball game. And a good ball … Continued

Questions on the Financial Meltdown Answered (1)

Listeners from across the country submitted questions to Graziadio School faculty during the conference call on America’s Financial Crisis this Tuesday. With over 200 participants on the call, there were too many questions for the panel to answer in the short time. Below are responses from panelist, Dr. Joetta Forsyth, Assistant Professor of Finance, to … Continued

Why I’m Against the Bailout

  The recently approved bailout is yet another attempt to prop up the markets with an election around that corner that will only delay and worsen the inevitable pain ahead… There is definitely a lack of trust and confidence in the markets, but it is due to the blatant lies and unethical representations. How many … Continued

Will U. S. Airline Consolidation Help the Industry?

This is a guest post by Richard M. McCabe, PhD, supporting faculty in Strategy at the Graziadio School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University A recent Air Travel Consumer Report (February 2008) describes the continuing decline in service experienced by airline passengers in the United States. More than 24 percent of scheduled flights by U.S. … Continued