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Businesses should look to the values of their stakeholders to predict the effects of taking a public stance on a divisive issue, new research finds.
The University of Arizona Center for Innovation has helped a culinary mushroom producer retool its business model after the pandemic tool its toll.
While stay-at-home orders are lifting nationwide, quarantine and isolation orders can still be issued due to emergency declarations that remain in effect, says Leila Barraza, who teaches public health law and ethics.
Gary Pivo, a university expert on real estate development, discusses COVID-19's impact on the housing market and what it could mean for prospective buyers or sellers.
Daniel Scheitrum, assistant professor of agricultural and resource economics, explains why U.S. oil prices have fallen deep into the red and what it might take to get back in the black.
Tree nuts – specifically pecans and pistachios – are making a growing contribution to Arizona's economy. The tree nut industry generated more than $90 million in direct sales in 2017.
Richard Rosen, interim director of the Take Charge America Institute for Consumer Financial Education and Research, has advice for those struggling financially due to COVID-19.
Scott Cederburg, associate professor of finance at the University of Arizona, discusses the state of the economy – and what's to come – as industries, investors and consumers across the globe respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Observational studies suggest that prosecutors' race and class biases are among the primary drivers for disparities in criminal justice. Recent research indicates otherwise.
If you subscribe to "Fake it until you make it" at work, you're likely compromising your personal health and professional goals, according to a University of Arizona researcher.