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Article ID: 2572

Earlier downsizing now proving boon to new graduates

Texas A&M University, Mays Business School

Good news for graduates -- downsizing hasn't worked.

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10-Jun-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 2571

Two Heads Are Better Than One: Temple Computer Research Supports Value of Teamwork

Temple University

The picture of a pocket-protector-equipped computer nerd toiling quietly in a cubicle may someday become obsolete, according to research conducted by Temple University computer and information sciences professor John T. Nosek.

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10-Jun-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 2566

"Their fears were justified": A vanishing black middle class?

University of Illinois at Chicago

The African-American middle class, especially workers holding well-paying private-sector jobs, is in danger of disappearing -- and the political and social forces that helped create it may help hasten its demise, concludes a University of Illinois at Chicago sociologist in a new book.

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6-Jun-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 2561

Simon School Honored with Templeton Award

University of Rochester Simon Business School

The University of Rochester's William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration was honored at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. on May 21 by the Templeton Honor Rolls for Education in a Free Scoiety with their prestigious award celebrating excellence in American higher education.

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5-Jun-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 2560

Board Service Lure Positively Impacts Performance

University of Rochester Simon Business School

Study Explores New Evidence That Continued Board Service Offsets Horizon Problems in CEO's Final Years of Employment

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5-Jun-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 2558

Climate Change Policies and Tax System

Resources for the Future (RFF)

Climate change polices that seek to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases are likely to aggravate distortions in the economy created by the tax system. However, most of this added cost can be offset if the policy raises revenue for the government and the revenues are then used to cut other taxes, according to a new issues brief published by Resources for the Future.

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5-Jun-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 2556

Temple and Korea's Hanyang University Sign Agreement

Temple University

Despite continuing student unrest, officials of Temple University and Hanyang University signed a historic agreement today (Wednesday, June 4) that establishes a Temple Executive MBA program and sets the stage for a broad range of cooperative educational efforts

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5-Jun-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 2547

Age Diversity Training May Backfire

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Business

Older job applicants may lose when todayís busy managers receive diversity training. Organizations offering diversity training to employees should proceed with caution, say researchers at the University of Illinois.

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31-May-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 2538

Southern Californians Support Congestion Tolls and Vehicle Emissions Fees, RFF Survey Finds

Resources for the Future (RFF)

Researchers at Resources for the Future have found that nearly half of Southern Californians polled support congestion tolls on freeways and emissions fees on motor vehicles. They further find that public support can be substantially enhanced by returning some of the revenues raised from the tolls and fees as reductions in transportation-related taxes.

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31-May-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 2534

Purdue experts help simplify market for ostrich meat

Purdue University

Thanks to two big-bird specialists from Purdue University, ostrich meat is gaining more recognition as the "other red meat" for populations around the world. Chef Hubert Schmieder and Professor William Stadelman presented a proposal for an international ostrich meat identification guide, based on the American Ostrich Association Meat Guide, this spring at a meat congress in Oustdoorn, South Africa.

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30-May-1997 12:00 AM EDT
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