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  • Sacramento leadership gave a technology startup a $100,000 subsidy to relocate to the city. Scott Shane, the A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, likened city subsidies to risky bets, stating, “Nine out of 10 of these things fail.”
  • No topic is off limits for the Michigan Department of Civil Rights Chief, Agustin "Augie" Arbulu. Arbulu is featured in this profile in the Detroit Jewish News.
  • Chris Laszlo, PhD, Char and Chuck Fowler Professor of Business as an Agent of World Benefit and faculty executive director of the Fowler Center, discusses the role of mindfulness practices in business and the conversation management scholars are having about spirituality and religion's place in the workplace.
  • For nearly half a century, Arnold Palmer defined and then refined what it meant to have his name equated with a product. Casey Newmeyer, PhD, assistant professor of marketing, discusses how he did it.
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