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Article ID: 695713

20 Questions With UVA Darden alumnus and Thompson Hospitality President Warren Thompson (MBA ’83)

University of Virginia Darden School of Business

Darden School of Business alumnus Warren Thompson (MBA ’83); the Thompson Hospitality founder, president and chairman runs one of the largest retail food and facilities management firms in the United States.

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Article ID: 695725

New Pork Tariffs Could Produce Losses Down the Line, According to Virginia Tech Expert

Virginia Tech

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Article ID: 695715

Whirlpool Foundation, IU alumni Jeff and Marcia Fettig give $2 million to Kelley School of Business

Indiana University

Gifts totaling $2 million from Indiana University alumni Jeff and Marcia Fettig and the Whirlpool Foundation will support IU Kelley School of Business efforts to attract and retain top faculty, provide scholarships to students, and strengthen its initiatives in digital intelligence and social entrepreneurship.

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Article ID: 695709

Want narcissists to donate to your cause? Make it about them

University at Buffalo

When narcissistic individuals are able to imagine themselves in a victim’s situation, they are more likely to donate to charity, according to new research from the University at Buffalo School of Management.

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Article ID: 695696

It’s about time: Immediate rewards boost workplace motivation

Cornell University

New research from Kaitlin Woolley shows that immediate rewards increase interest and enjoyment in tasks, compared with rewards given at the end of a task.

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Article ID: 695669

Academic Study Finds Brokered Deposits Are Safe and Important Deposit Funding for 21st-Century Banking Operations

The Utah Center for Financial Services, David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah

An academic study conducted for the Utah Center for Financial Services demonstrates that brokered deposits are a secure source of funding for banks.

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5-Jun-2018 9:00 PM EDT
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Article ID: 695672

New centre to build wine industry’s competitive edge

University of Adelaide

Defining Australian wines’ unique flavours, making vines more robust, defeating disease and introducing more innovation to winemaking are among the key goals of a new national centre launched at the University of Adelaide’s Waite campus today.

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Vermont Start-Up’s Small Packets a Big Deal for Energy Industry

University of Vermont

The innovative products developed by the University of Vermont spinoff company Packetized Energy take a new approach to helping utilities tap the power of renewables. The rapidly growing company is being watched by the utility industry as demonstration projects with two Vermont utilities play out in 2018.

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Tax hurts investment in medical device research and development

Iowa State University

New research shows companies cut funding for research and development in response to a tax imposed on medical devices as part of the Affordable Care Act. The Iowa State study found the tax reduced R&D investment by $34 million and also affected sales revenue, gross margins and earnings.

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Article ID: 695593

Life Science Professionals and Futurists Join Top Real Estate Developers and Designers to Reimagine Life Sciences Development in New York

Symposium for Life Sciences Real Estate Development

Scientists, and biotech, engineering and commercial building and design professionals are gathering at the Life Sciences Real Estate Development Symposium at The New York Academy of Sciences on June 12, to reimagine New York City using biology and thoughtfully plan for building new environments to accommodate projected rapid expansion of applied life sciences. The Symposium will examine the progress and potential that New York City holds for the life sciences, and that industry’s innovations poised for growth, requirements of space, adaptability, transportation, live/work proximity, nearby funding sources and “clustering” of facilities to accommodate expansion and collaboration among scientists, designers, engineers and tech experts working in public and private settings.

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