Best secured credit cards

How does a secured credit card with no annual fee make the issuer money? An ASU finance expert answers.

Baby formula shortage will last into the fall

An ASU supply chain expert says brands are still 30% out of stock, so it won't be until the end of summer when the shortage will end.

ASU sponsors new program to help fill tech roles

W. P. Carey partners with the American Institutes for Research and CompTIA to offer a new apprenticeship program for information technology professionals.

Admissions director Q&A: What you need to know about getting into the ASU MBA program

Get the inside scoop about the MBA program, including what to expect in admissions, the interview, and more from Rebecca Mallen-Churchill, director of W. P. Carey Graduate Programs Admissions and senior associate director of W. P. Carey Graduate Programs.

Americans brace for economic reports, as concern of 'recession' grows

An ASU economist says the latest economic reports point to a recession or at least back-to-back quarters of negative gross domestic product.

Products on the shelves getting smaller? You can blame 'shrinkflation'

CNN Business Correspondent Alison Kosik talked to an ASU supply chain expert to learn how manufacturers make small changes to products but keep costs the same. Known as 'shrinkflation,' it happens when companies are trying to compensate for the higher prices due to inflation.

Renters face difficult market as Chandler, county experience price increase

ASU real estate expert says people will be pushed out of their housing brackets and seek lower levels of housing prices.

ASU economist talks inflation and interest rates

Inflation is continuing to surge throughout the economy with record-high gas prices and skyrocketing food costs. Inflation rose 9.1% in June 2022. What is causing such high inflation?

Creating a ‘forum for all voices’

An interdisciplinary campus partnership leads to workshops that create new possibilities for promoting DEI in the business curriculum.

Returnless refunds: More companies are telling shoppers not to send back their items

There are costs to handle returned items and process them, higher than the value of the product, says an ASU supply chain expert. So it makes economic sense for many retailers to tell consumers to keep the items they don't want. Also, warehouses are overflowing.