Mark Jebbia and the game of baseball were meant to be together. He eats, breathes and sleeps baseball. When he is not playing, he is either reading about it, watching it or looking up videos on YouTube about it because “ball is life.” Well, more like baseball is.
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American economist, historian and political scientist Richard Rosencrance proposed differentiating economic industries with China to avoid a potential war in his lecture “The Next Great War? The Root of World War I and the Risk of U.S.-China Conflict,” April 30 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Nyema Guannu, adjunct professor of economics, is never one to shy away from an opportunity.
On Feb. 22, the Obama administration finally took steps to rein in predatory practices by banks and credit card companies. Did they go far enough? Probably not.
The taboo of small, inconvenient and unknown local banks and credit unions will soon disappear with the rising trend of many Americans moving their savings out of large “Too Big to Fail” banks and into smaller community banks.
Debate and discussion became the center of an economic lecture held by Omid Furutan in the President’s Dining Room on Monday.
Julius Walecki, University of La Verne professor of economics, spoke on “Changing Business Climates: Re-assessing the Role of Sustainable Development” on Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Mirroring the U.S. stock market, faculty and students were left in either apprehension or confusion after hearing Adham Chehab, professor of business administration, discuss the negative effects of seasoned equity offerings, Nov. 3, in the President’s Dining Room.
I have always wondered if money grew on trees.