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Andrew Coggins, a professor at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business who specializes in the cruise industry, said that Carnival competes with land-based vacations more than other cruise lines. “They’re targeting middle America,” Coggins said. “Royal Caribbean is their competition, but Carnival hasn’t gone as big, which must be by design. Their real competition is Las Vegas, Orlando and Branson, Missouri.”

March 24, 2022
Virgin Islands Daily News
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Larry Chiagouris, a professor of marketing at Pace University told Quartz. One of the most puzzling reductions is “Family Size” boxes of products.

March 15, 2022
Quartz
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"The reality is you get what you pay for," Pace University Professor Vincent Barrella told Patch. Barrella, in addition to being chair of the department of legal studies and taxation at the Lubin School of Business, is also a former mayor of Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, so he knows whereof he speaks. "The tax burden comes with the services these communities provide. It's all service-driven."

March 9, 2022
Patch
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“We all want that triple bottom line: people, planet and profits,” says Steve Mezzio,  a long-time proponent of sustainable investing, and executive director of the Center for Sustainable Business at Pace University’s Lubin Business School in New York. “The problem is you want to do good, and at the same time, you want to make money.”

March 3, 2022
Vice News
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Pace University Professor Bruce Bachenheimer: There are a number of reasons why a business card would be more advantageous to a small business than using personal credit cards. Common reasons are more sophisticated expense tracking and reporting and the ability to set customizable spending limits. Small business owners should also recognize that employees may not be comfortable using their personal credit cards, filing an expense report, and then waiting for reimbursement. While consumer protection laws generally do not apply to business cards, issuers may still extend protections to be competitive.

March 1, 2022
Money Geek
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There are concerns about the use of AI for military use, including hardware and drones, Pace University Professor of Law Roy Girasa told PYMNTS, but there is no question that the biggest issue right now is facial recognition. “What you hear over and over and over again is facial recognition. It’s the idea that we have lost our privacy.” said Girasa. In fact, the only solution he sees right now is that we will have to accept the fact that there’s almost nothing we could do about it.

February 24, 2022
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Lubin Marketing Professor Larry Chiagouris provides insights on the best car insurance for WalletHub: Customer reviews always are more important than low rates because reflected in customer reviews are the rates of the insurance company. Stated another way, low rates are not of much value if the service that is provided is inferior.

February 22, 2022
WalletHub
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With the help of Experts.com Member, Dr. Larry Chiagouris, Professor of Marketing, Lubin School of Business, Pace University, this blog will discuss COVID’s impact on the marketing industry and the changes, if any, fans can expect during Sunday’s game.

February 10, 2022
Experts.com
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Dr. Andrew Coggins Clinical Professor at the Lubin School of Business at Pace University- Expert Advice - Depending on travel patterns, if one spends a lot of nights in hotels and is very brand loyal, the card makes sense.

February 8, 2022
Money Geek
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Dr. Andrew Coggins Clinical Professor at the Lubin School of Business at Pace University-It depends on one's travel patterns. If you travel with many different airlines, the travel card makes more sense. If you travel almost exclusively with one or two airlines, the airline card makes more sense, especially if lounge access is included.

February 8, 2022
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