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|03/22/2012 - AIG Must Proceed Cautiously in Bidding for Hartford Units, Carey's Phil Phan Tells Bloomberg News
Phillip Phan, Carey Business School interim dean and professor, comments in a Bloomberg report on possible plans by AIG to acquire units of Hartford Financial Services Group.
|03/20/2012 - Real Estate Speculation in Unsafe Neighborhoods Is a Risky Game, Carey's Staiger Tells US News & World Report
Buying up properties in unsafe areas, and expecting to profit from them later, is a strategy only for those with deep pockets, Carey Business School adjunct professor Roger Staiger says.
|03/20/2012 - Carey's Meng Zhu Describes Consumer Study in 'Academic Minute' Podcast on Inside Higher Ed Website
Carey Business School assistant professor Meng Zhu discusses her research on how bold packaging cues can cause consumers to buy a product but use less of it once they take it home.
|03/18/2012 - Carey Programs Among Executive Education Offerings in D.C. Region, Washington Post Reports
The Washington region has become home to a rising number of graduate-level business programs designed for corporate executives, including offerings at Carey's D.C. campus.
|03/16/2012 - On WYPR's 'The Signal,' Carey Student Spins Vinyl He Picked Up During Recent Trip to India
Carey Global MBA student (and vinyl record collector) Sam Hopkins goes on WYPR's 'The Signal' to discuss vinyl he acquired during his Innovation for Humanity Project work in India two months ago.
|03/14/2012 - New York Times Quotes Carey's Lindsay Thompson on 'Ugly Side' of Companies' Nicknaming of Clients
Carey Business School associate professor Lindsay Thompson comments in the wake of allegations that Goldman Sachs employees referred to customers by derogatory terms.
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