Gambling research by Business Professor John Kindt underlies the counter-argument presented in this story about Governor Andrew Cuomo’s support of gambling in New York City.
Yearly Archives: 2011
John Kindt, professor of business administration, is quoted in this story looking at a North Texas video sweepstakes company linked to a charity.
This Poets & Quants story describes how would-be MBA student Felipe Penna won free tuition for an Illinois MBA degree.
Genting Group, a multinational gambling conglomerate, claims their resorts in Miami attract international visitors, not local residents. Business Administration Professor John Warren Kindt believes this is a veiled effort to put slot machines in Florida.
Professors Barnett and Qualls announce the 2012 Paul D. Converse Award Winners.
Michael Shaw, professor of business administration, says big data is here to stay, and businesses need to adapt to the new reality that cloud computing is not merely the next Silicon Valley dot-com bubble.
Delores Albarracin, professor of business administration, is cited in this story about the positive value of people talking out loud to themselves.
Instead of increasing income taxes on its citizens, the cash-strapped state of Illinois should look to dramatically raise casino licensing fees, says John Kindt, professor of business administration.
Steven Michael, professor of business administration, is moderating a panel on franchising with Illinois Assistant AG for the Franchise Bureau, Midas International EVP/CEO, Midas International franchisee, Dairy Queen franchisee, and a franchising attorney.
Frank Liu, assistant professor of business administration, is quoted in this DI story about social networking website that allow members to post reviews.