Op-Ed-Jessica A. Magaldi of Brooklyn is the Ivan Fox Professor and Scholar of Business Law at Pace University.
With former Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo resigning in disgrace, his persistent denials that he intentionally harassed women are an unconvincing response to Attorney General Letitia James’s report that documented credible allegations of sexual harassment of his employees and others.
Local businesses remain optimistic despite challenges brought on by the pandemic, according to a new poll by Pace University. Poll director Dr. Kathy Winsted says they believe businesses will become “more appreciative of the need for work life balance and the ability of people to work from home.” The Pace poll also showed difference between Westchester and New York City requiring employees to be vaccinated.
NEW YORK & PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. (September 15, 2021) -- A majority of businesses surveyed in New York City, Westchester, and Long Island say they will be stronger after the pandemic, and half of respondents reported being optimistic about the future of business in New York, according to a recently released Pace Business Poll.
Lubin Associate Dean Randi Priluck spoke with RTVI (Russian Television International) about how the pandemic affected the markets.
"Here's what Conan is doing that's very smart -- advertisers don't only want large numbers for specific demos; they want an engaged audience," says Larry Chiagouris, marketing professor at Pace University's Lubin School of Business and former chair of the Advertising Research Foundation. "The more you engage with your audience, the more you develop a relationship with them, they tune in and pay attention to the commercial messages. The average Conan viewer is more engaged with his program than the average viewer of Jay Leno's. I would bet on it."
Pace University Professor Larry Chiagouris was featured in WalletHub's piece about Metromile Insurance Review.
Spend some time with Kathy Winsted, director of the Center for Student Enterprise at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business, and you’ll walk away impressed with her enthusiasm for the new Pace Business Poll and its potential to bring unique learning experiences to her students while enabling the school to carve out a niche for itself in the crowded field of polling.
A bank executive and the leader of the oldest bank in the United States, and one of the world's largest financial institutions, has joined Pace University's Board of Trustees, the University today announced. Thomas "Todd" Gibbons, chief executive officer at BNY Mellon based in New York City, was recently elected to the board. Gibbons earned an MBA from the Lubin School of Business at Pace University in 1986.
Lubin is selling, and companies across the country are buying. Professor Harvey Markovitz and students Mariama Diallo and Eduardo Flo discuss the considerable accomplishments of the Lubin Sales Team, one of Pace’s newest and most exciting extracurricular endeavors.
This, said Larry Chiagouris, a professor of marketing at Pace University's Lubin School of Business, “makes Amazon and Bezos probably the greatest ...