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Teaching the next generation of leaders

Since being named dean of W. P. Carey in November 2021, Ohad Kadan has crafted a strategic plan with help from school constituents and believes they're in the best place to take advantage of the progressing entrepreneurial environment.

Arizona economy could be hit hard by freight rail strike, experts say

Arizona economy, agriculture plays a very, very vital role. And railroad plays a very vital role in supporting agriculture, says an ASU supply chain expert.

Inflation Reduction Act impact on Phoenix: Will it actually help struggling households?

An ASU supply chain expert says the act does a lot of good things, but it shouldn't have been called the Inflation Reduction Act because it's not necessarily what it really is.

Fannie Mae Chief Economist Wins Blue Chip Forecasting Award

Douglas Duncan to share 2023 predictions and accept the Lawrence R. Klein Award at Oct. 12 event.

ASU undergraduate business program holds No. 23 spot, celebrates 10 top-20 disciplines in latest U.S. News & World Report rankings

The newest U.S. News & World Report rankings are out, and the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University kept its No. 23 ranking in the country for undergraduate business programs, ahead of University of Arizona, Purdue University, and Boston College.

ASU’s Daniel McIntosh: Arizona sports betting a ‘qualified’ success so far

The one-year anniversary of sports betting in Arizona was Friday, Sept. 9, with billions in wagers placed and millions in tax dollars coming into the state so far.

Best secured credit cards, according to an ASU finance expert

Secured cards are great for people with bad credit or limited credit because they offer high approval odds and report information to the major credit bureaus every month.

Could AI fix medical supply chain woes?

Using artificial intelligence (AI) in the medical supply chain is a hot topic. But is AI just wishful thinking, or can it fix supply chain woes — especially those that emerged during the pandemic?

Retailers struggle under load of unsold inventory

Earlier in the pandemic, stores grappled with shortages. But as supply chains bulked up, they now have the opposite problem. And consumers' frequently shifting demands aren't helping.

Retailers start selling something new: Logistics services

American Eagle Outfitters and Gap want other merchants to use their supply chains, raising questions about control, competition, and data privacy.