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Sondra Simpson. Elmhurst College Matt Smith, Elmhurst College Eilean Roppel, Elmhurst College Monika Alcheikh, Elmhurst College
January 8, 2020
Matt Smith, a college student who lived at home in Cook County, took charge of family grocery shopping as a result of the Sweetened Beverage Tax Ordinance passed by the County Board on November 10, 2016. The “Soda Tax,” proposed to close a...
Karla Borja, The University of Tampa Ashley R. Burns, The University of Tampa
January 7, 2020
Suzie Young was the owner and manager of Young Consulting Inc., a small, marketing services company located in Tampa, Florida. The mission of Young Consulting was to attend to the promotion and advertising needs of small businesses in the area by...
Haydeé Elena Moreyra García
October 30, 2019
El caso de la industria azucarera mexicana se remonta a inicios de la década de los 90, cuando la firma del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN). En ese periodo, posterior a la promulgación de los decretos cañeros, la industria...
Robert Spitzer, S.J.
September 12, 2019
The purpose of this article is to provide professors and students in Jesuit business schools with the information necessary to justify and use ten principles that continue the distincively Jesuit approach to business and economics. Jesuits are not...
January 1, 2016
In 2015, Ohio’s Governor Kasich proposed a budget that would reduce the state’s income tax for both businesses and individual taxpayers. To offset this reduction in income tax collections, Governor Kasich proposed broadening and raising other taxes...
Barbara W. Altman, S. Stephen Vitucci
May 1, 2015
Lieutenant General (LTG) Bob Johnson and the Central Texas University Task Force (CTUTF) were at a crossroads in their sixteen year long struggle to gain approval for a new public university in the Central Texas area. The Task Force had been formed...