That Extra Penny in Retirement Income Can Really Cost You
William Reichenstein, professor emeritus of Finance, was interviewed on how retiree’s qualified charitable deductions can reduce the income that determines their Medicare bracket in The Wall Street Journal.
Social Security Changes Coming Up in 2021
Professor Emeritus of Finance William Reichenstein is quoted in an article on important Social Security adjustments coming in 2021 in U.S. News & World Report.
Escape From 2020: A Case to Separate Sports and Politics for More Fans and Higher Ratings
Kirk Wakefield, marketing professor and executive director of Sports Strategy & Sales, penned a column about the connection between sports and politics and how national teams can target marketing to specific audiences for Forbes.
How to Leverage Data to More Effectively Manage Your Remote Employees
Research by Professor of Information Systems & Business Analytics John Carlson and Professor of Management Dawn Carlson finding technology-based job monitoring increases job tension and lowers job satisfaction was featured in eWeek.
2020 iPhone Survey—36 percent of Americans Plan to Reduce Cell Phone Cost Due to COVID-19
Research Marketing professors James Roberts and Meredith David found that smartphone use during the pandemic boosted people’s sense of well-being and connectedness was referenced in a Wallet Hub article.
As the Texas Restaurant Industry Struggles, so do Farmers, Truckers and Others in the Food Supply Chain
Economics Department Chair Charles North discussed the impact of the pandemic on family-owned restaurants in an article in Texas Tribune.
Baylor Professor Views Pandemic’s Effects on Supply Chains
Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management Pedro Reyes discussed the challenges faced by supply chain management during the peak of the pandemic when there was an increase in grocery buying in a Waco Tribune-Herald article.