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Kevin J. Fandl | November 20, 2015| Allentown Morning-Call

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Kevin J. Fandl: Accepting Syrian refugees allows America to shine
Assistant Professor of Legal Studies Dr. Kevin J. Fandl penned an op-ed for the Lehigh Valley’s leading daily newspaper, defending why the United States needs to accept Syrian refugees.

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Entrepreneurship rankings | November 11, 2015| Temple Update

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Temple Entrepreneurship Program Ranking
Dr. M. Moshe Porat, Dean of the Fox School and the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, is quoted in coverage of The Princeton Review’s entrepreneurship rankings by WHIP Radio, Temple’s student-run radio station. Temple Update, the student-run TV station’s weekly news program, also covered the rankings jump by Fox.

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Entrepreneurship rankings | November 11, 2015| Philadelphia Business Journal

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Temple University ranked a top school for entrepreneurship
“I would say it’s a part of the Temple culture,” said Fox School of Business Dean M. Moshe Porat in an interview with PBJ regarding Fox’s rise in Entrepreneurship program rankings by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine. Porat also spoke with The Temple News, the university’s student newspaper, and KYW NewsRadio, to promote the undergraduate program’s No. 8 ranking and the graduate program’s No. 10 rank. News of the ranking also appeared in Philadelphia Magazine; Philly Voice; Temple Now; NewsWise; Metro MBA Philly; the NYSE Post; and the Observer Leader.

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Musser Awards | November 11, 2015| Temple Now

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Graham receives Fox School’s Musser Award
Temple University recapped this month’s Musser Awards dinner and reception, and top honoree William A. “Bill” Graham, within the university-wide newsletter, Temple Now.

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Howard Weiss | November 6, 2015| Wall Street Journal

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Peyton Closes in on the 59th Most Impressive Record in Sports
Last weekend, Denver quarterback Peyton Manning broke the NFL’s career passing yards record. Where does it rank among all-time sports records? It’s low on the list, according to a research study published in the “Journal of Sports Analytics,” and co-authored by Dr. Howard J. Weiss, Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management.

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Samuel D. Hodge | November 6, 2015| Temple Now

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Temple brings pop-up pride event to Fox professor’s classroom
In early November, Temple’s marching band and cheerleaders paid a visit to a class at the Fox School. Temple Now, the university’s e-newsletter, featured Dr. Samuel D. Hodge, Professor of Legal Studies at Fox, and his class. Temple Update and Metro MBA Philly also highlighted the pop-up pride event.

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Center for Neural Decision Making | November 3, 2015| Harvard Business Review

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Marketers Should Pay Attention to fMRI
Recent research findings by Temple’s Center for Neural Decision Making, which is housed at Fox, received national attention in a post to HBR.

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Sunil Wattal | November 3, 2015| The Times of India

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Uber in top gear, catching up fast with its rival Ola
Will Uber unseat Ola as India’s largest taxi-booking service? Dr. Sunil Wattal, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems at Fox, weighs in.

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Dwight Carey | November 3, 2015| The Temple News

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Alumnus applies abstract art to cupcakes
Fox alumnus Joseph Green is the owner of Affinity Confections, a bakery and confection company in Philadelphia that’s tailored toward high-end clientele. Green credits Assistant Professor of Strategic Management Dwight Carey as one of his most influential professors. Carey is quoted in the story, which appeared in the student newspaper.

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Sunil Wattal | November 3, 2015| Economic Times

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US-based Uber in top gear, catching up fast with its rival Ola
Economic Times, India’s premier financial daily publication, tapped Dr. Sunil Wattal, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems, for a story pertaining to Ola’s bid to usurp Uber as India’s largest taxi-booking service.

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Sunil Wattal | November 3, 2015| Business Insider India

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Uber fast emerging the winner against Ola in the cab aggregator biz in India
Will Uber unseat Ola as India’s largest taxi-booking service? The companies have different focuses, says Dr. Sunil Wattal, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems at Fox, who makes a case for both having a place in the Indian ride-sharing marketplace.

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James Moustafellos | Richard Flanagan | November 2, 2015| JustInMind

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Prototyping at Uni: Redefining the business analysis and design connection
The MIS department’s Digital Design course – led by Assistant Professors of MIS James Moustafellos and Dr. Richard Flanagan – is highlighted in a post to JustInMind’s blog, a news source on web and app wireframes and prototypes.

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Brad Greenwood | Sunil Wattal | November 1, 2015| Daily Orange, N.Y.

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SA letter to push for Uber to come to Syracuse
The student association at New York’s Syracuse University is drafting a letter to be shared with the New York State Assembly and New York Senate requesting a law change that would legalize ride-sharing services like Uber. In the Daily Orange, the daily student newspaper at Syracuse, the students cite the research of Drs. Sunil Wattal and Brad Greenwood, Associate and Assistant Professors of MIS, respectively, who found that Uber reduced instances of drunk-driving-related homicides.

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Bruce Rader | October 26, 2015 | KYW NewsRadio | Philadelphia Business Journal

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Bridgestone Corporation Acquires Pep Boys | No major impact on Phila. if Pep Boys were to relocate HQ, experts say
Tennessee-based Bridgestone purchased Pep Boys last month. Dr. Bruce Rader, Associate Professor of Finance at Fox, provided insight into the future of Pep Boys, which was founded in Philadelphia and is headquartered here.

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Amy Lavin | October 23, 2015| U.S. News & World Report

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Marketing, Communication Programs in Business School Draw Women
In this trend story, U.S. News examines specialized master’s programs in marketing and communications, which draw a large number of women – unlike male-dominated MBA programs. Amy Lavin, Director of Fox’s newly launched MS in Digital Innovation in Marketing program, referenced that women comprise 74 percent of the inaugural cohort.