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Consumers and industry casualties in superpowers trade war

Escalating tariffs between the U.S. and China are rattling investors, impacting stock markets, and sounding warning bells that a full-blown trade war would weaken the global economy.

Associate Professor of Accountancy Lucile Faurel is one P&Q’s Best 40 Under 40 Professors of 2019

It takes a special person to make a somewhat dry subject exciting. And that’s exactly what faculty and former and current students say of her. That's why Poets & Quants awarded her this year among 2,643 nominations and 188 different educators.

Phoenix area real estate: Are we headed for another bust?

Valley home prices have gone up nearly 8% over the past year and they’re expected to keep rising through the next year. Mark Stapp, Fred E. Taylor Professor in Real Estate and executive director of the Master of Real Estate Development program shares whether it's a good thing.

2019 Annual Economic Outlook Luncheon: Speakers share what's in store for next year

Top experts from ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business will provide your first look at the Phoenix economy in 2020.

License required to repair doors? Regs spark heated debate in Arizona

It's a problem that nurses, hair stylists, and contractors share. When they move to another state, their occupational licenses may not transfer.