Yearly Archives: 2011

Kindt Refutes Genting Group Claim as “Public Relations Move”

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.

Shaw Says Cloud Computing is Game Changer for Business

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.

Kindt Proposes Alternative to Raising Income Taxes

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.

Michael Moderates Franchising Panel at Global Entrepreneurship Week

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.

Liu Gives Advice to Rating Website Users

Frank Liu, assistant professor of business administration, is quoted in this DI story about social networking website that allow members to post reviews.