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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "With 'subscription box' retailers, Christmas now comes once a month"

08/18/2014

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "With 'subscription box' retailers, Christmas now comes once a month"

. . .  For retailers, meanwhile, the business model offers the tantalizing lure of a steady revenue stream. To cancel, customers must take action, and many put that off.

"Once you've signed up, if the price points are kept relatively modest and low, inertia is such that there are people who will take months before they finally get around to canceling," said Larry Chiagouris, a marketing professor at Pace University in New York City.

Read more: http://www.jsonline.com/business/with-subscription-box-retailers-christmas-now-comes-once-a-month-b99329702z1-271545871.html

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Westchester County Business Journal: "CPA group counters Obama on corporate inversions"

08/15/2014

Westchester County Business Journal: "CPA group counters Obama on corporate inversions"

. . . “Foreign corporations are still subject to taxes on earnings derived from U.S. sources,” explained Philip G. Cohen, a professor of legal studies and taxation at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business and a retired vice president of tax and general tax counsel for Unilever United States Inc. Those same corporations, however, cannot be taxed on foreign earnings, and therein lies the benefit in an inversion transaction — corporations that do a large portion of business overseas reduce their tax bills by making sizable portions of their income untouchable by the Internal Revenue Service.

Read more: http://westfaironline.com/64906/cpa-group-counters-obama-on-corporate-inversions/

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CPA Journal: "The Future of the Accounting Profession"

08/15/2014

CPA Journal: "The Future of the Accounting Profession"

Leslie Seidman and Joseph DiBenedetto of Pace University’s Lubin School of Business comment on the future of the accounting profession in the August issue of the CPA Journal.

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Law360: "Politically Connected Cos. Face Lower SEC Threat, Study Says"

08/15/2014

Law360: "Politically Connected Cos. Face Lower SEC Threat, Study Says"

. . . John Alan James, a professor at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business and chairman emeritus of its Center for Global Governance, Reporting and Regulation, says that political contributions play a much larger role in the drafting of legislation than they do in enforcement actions.

James pointed to the development of regulations as mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act, which he said have been carried out by the staffs of the congressional committees and the individual members of the Financial Services Committee and subcommittees.

“The various financial institutions spent hundreds of millions of dollars in lobbying those regulation design teams to obtain concessions, delete unwanted aspects and frame the regulatory examinations that would measure the effectiveness of individual firms impacted by the regulations,” he said.

Read more: http://www.law360.com/articles/566913/politically-connected-cos-face-low...

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TechNewsWorld: "Snowden Blows NSA's MonsterMind"

08/15/2014

TechNewsWorld: "Snowden Blows NSA's MonsterMind"

. . . "Cyberwarfare is a genuine threat to the stability of the U.S., and it's understandable that the NSA and other agencies are working tirelessly to identify the sources of threats, methods of defense, and ways to fight back," said Darren Hayes, assistant professor and director of cybersecurity at Pace University's Seidenberg School of CSIS.

"If the U.S. government was not working on a cyberwar defense program, we should be concerned," Hayes told TechNewsWorld. "An attack on our financial system or utilities by a foreign government would lead to a loss of confidence and perhaps result in a loss of lives."

The high speed at which cyberattacks occur requires the development of automated defenses, Hayes argued.

Read more: http://www.technewsworld.com/story/80887.html

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WABC: "Marvel Universe" live show opens its run at Brooklyn's Barclays Center

08/13/2014

WABC: "Marvel Universe" live show opens its run at Brooklyn's Barclays Center

. . . "I had the pleasure of seeing it being built over the last four years," said performer Madison Embrey, who just graduated from Manhattan's Pace University.

"To know that I'm going to be in the arena performing for audiences, it's indescribable how that feels," said Embrey.

Read more: http://7online.com/entertainment/marvel-universe-live-show-opens-run-at-brooklyns-barclays-center/256451/

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E-Commerce Times: "Yahoo, Google Team Up to Fight Email Snoops"

08/13/2014

E-Commerce Times: "Yahoo, Google Team Up to Fight Email Snoops"

. . . Another potential obstacle to broad use of the new encryption features when they're rolled out is that they won't be turned on by default.

"When something is not on by default, people are much slower to adopt it," Darren Hayes, a computer science professor at Pace University, told the E-Commerce Times.

- See more at: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/Yahoo-Google-Team-Up-to-Fight-Email-Snoops-80882.html#sthash.kSON6Tqd.dpuf

 

nother potential obstacle to broad use of the new encryption features when they're rolled out is that they won't be turned on by default.

"When something is not on by default, people are much slower to adopt it," Darren Hayes, a computer science professor at Pace University, told the E-Commerce Times.

- See more at: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/Yahoo-Google-Team-Up-to-Fight-Email-...

 

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TechTarget: "New site to collect feedback on healthcare interoperability plan"

08/13/2014

TechTarget: "New site to collect feedback on healthcare interoperability plan"

. . . Lixin Tao, chair of the computer science department at Pace University, said computer professionals have been dealing with digital information exchange incompatibility problems for 20 years and that the Health Level 7 protocol (HL7) can facilitate data exchange between providers. Tao did caution that the two most recent versions of HL7, versions two and three, each offer unique benefits. The most recent HL7 v2 is dated – based on a spec more than 26 years old – but it’s backwards-compatible, meaning it works with older v2 editions. HL7 v3 is more powerful and current but lacks backwards compatibility.

Read more: http://searchhealthit.techtarget.com/healthitexchange/healthitpulse/new-site-to-collect-feedback-on-healthcare-interoperability-plan/

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Playbill: "Victoria Clark to Direct The Light in the Piazza in New York City"

08/11/2014

Playbill: "Victoria Clark to Direct The Light in the Piazza in New York City"

. . . Victoria Clark, who won the 2005 Tony Award for her performance in The Light in the Piazza, will revisit the Adam Guettel-Craig Lucas musical at Pace University in New York City.

Clark exits the Tony-nominated Broadway revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella to be the artist-in-residence for Musical Theatre for the Pace School of Performing Arts.

Read more: http://www.playbill.com/news/article/194395-Victoria-Clark-to-Direct-The-Light-in-the-Piazza-in-New-York-City

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AACSB eNEWSLINE: "Interview with Industry: Bringing the Reality of Business to the Business School"

08/11/2014

AACSB eNEWSLINE: "Interview with Industry: Bringing the Reality of Business to the Business School"

. . . It was precisely because of my career ranging from Fortune 50 senior executive to internet entrepreneur that I sought to be Dean of the Lubin School of Business, says Neil Braun. When I asked myself in what context could my full range of experiences, temperament, passion for involvement with my own alma mater, and personal strengths be most valuable, I realized that being a dean of a business school was a strong possibility. Having just finished my fourth year as dean, I am more excited and challenged than ever to make sure that Lubin educates the whole person—all the dimensions that are necessary for success. The traditional academic learning goals are as necessary as they ever have been, but they are clearly not sufficient in this fast-changing global economy. We are, therefore, implementing curriculum and new programs to address the technical skills necessary for today's work environment, to ensure that our students achieve a level of social intelligence that is necessary to be effective in the working world.

Read more: http://enewsline.aacsb.edu/Interview-with-Industry-Bringing-the-Reality-of-Business-to-the-Business-School.asp

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