This is a guest post by Darrol Stanley, DBA, professor of finance. The U.S. economy is in a “once-in-a-century” crisis…
Read How the Election Year Impacts the Stock Market and View a Finance Panel Discussing Election Economics
The debates may be over, but the election economics are still a vital part of the news. A recent GBR article discusses how the presidential elections influence the stock market and a new video discusses the economic status and how the elections and political turmoil impacts investors.
President Obama has announced that the U.S. will withdraw nearly all troops from Iraq by the end of this year, with thousands of additional troops from both Iraq and Afghanistan returning the first couple of months into the new year. Are you prepared to comply with the law and reinstate employees who may have been on military leave for months…if not years…?
Market Wrap offers a summary of this week’s interesting market events and major economic news from financial risk-management expert Clemens Kownatzki.
Beacon Econ’s Christopher Thornberg discusses the Japanese earthquakes, high gas prices, and the federal deficit in this edition of the GBR economic update.
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.
Four days after the disaster in Japan, we are starting to see the break-down in trust amongst the Japanese public, media, and government.
The media, sports, business, ethics, and image pundits are all out now, pointing out what Tiger must do to revamp his shattered image. Meanwhile, we all ask the question: What do we learn from this? Surprisingly, the business takeaway isn’t really about ruined images or the billion-dollar golf industry that Tiger almost single-handedly created and … Continued
November 19th is management pioneer (now deceased) Peter Drucker’s 100th birthday. To celebrate the life and teachings of this remarkable man, the Drucker Institute hosted a weeklong event, Drucker Week, featuring some of the most respected business academicians (a paradox?) of the world at Claremont University. Ken Blanchard (author of The One-Minute Manager and Know Can … Continued
Dean Linda Livingstone, Winner Kasra Ferasat, GBR Editor-in-Chief Owen Hall Kasra Ferasat of Palos Verdes, CA., (pictured center) a fully employed MBA program student at Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management, is the 2009 first place $1000 winner in the student paper competition held by the Graziadio Business Report. For the second year, … Continued
Davide Accomazzo, MBA As a professional trader, you are confronted daily with all kinds of dynamics and situations that require a flexible and adaptive mind. You are faced with multiple variables constantly interacting with each other and your task is to process ever-changing information quickly and profitably. Valuations arbitrage, reflexive supply-and-demand dynamics, and structural changes … Continued
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Dr. David M. Smith discusses the impact the proposed Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) would have on employers, unions, and the workforce.
The results of GBR poll #3 on the road to U.S. economic recovery are in! Half of participants think we’ll be back on track by 2010 20% think we’re already on the road to recovery 30% think all the initiatives to stabilize and grow the economy so far are only making things worse The GBR … Continued
This is the second in a series of posts reporting on the hot button issues discussed at the 2008 Entertainment Supply Chain Academy Conference. See the first post here. Since 2004, when the Czech Republic, Poland, and Hungary became members of the European Union, these countries have seen the emergence of an ever-growing middle class. … Continued