Build-to-rent communities are sprouting up in the Valley as traditional homes become out of reach

An ASU real estate expert says build-to-rent projects make sense for companies financially, though the cost of labor, materials, and inflation are eating into that profit margin.

ASU's W. P. Carey School inducts newest Hall of Fame class

Five business leaders from diverse organizations join list of honored school alumni since inaugural event in 1977.

Is transparency the right path to equal pay?

ASU business professor examines how a new law in the UK deals with gender pay gap, whether it can benefit the American workforce.

Building a common pool resource organization

A W. P. Carey research team documented “the significant vulnerabilities faced by the ecosystem of clinical service provider organizations and their suppliers over the first two years of COVID-19,” and offer takeaways to better prepare for the next crisis.

States where employers are struggling the most in hiring

W. P. Carey professor explains some reasons why employers are having such a hard time filling positions.

Don’t abandon your just-in-time supply chain, revamp it

ASU supply chain expert urges businesses to re-think in-time supply chains.

Supply chain snarls finally show signs of easing

W. P. Carey Supply Chain Professor Dale Rogers explains why the supply chain tide is finally changing.

Impulsive goals aren't helping you; How to set goals intentionally

An ASU management and entrepreneurship expert shares three ways to set goals intentionally, including how it compares to a goal for losing weight.

New Kari Lake ad promises to cut taxes for Arizonans

However, ASU economist Dennis Hoffman told 12 News that to curb inflation, there need to be more products to buy while people can spend less. So, Lake’s plan to give people more money through tax cuts could increase spending and make inflation rise.

Halloween costs are rising. Will that frighten away haunt fans?

Although the country’s economic future seems uncertain, many middle- and upper-middle-class Americans have built up a stash of savings over the past year or two from stimulus checks and other outside funds and are ready to spend those reserves, according to an ASU economist.