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KU online MBA program maintains top-10 ranking by U.S. News & World Report

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Business online MBA program maintained a top-10 ranking in the 2024 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Online Programs,” released today.

Study examines strategies to improve effect of parking time on last-mile deliveries

LAWRENCE — Parking is often a hassle. But what if your job relies on it, as it does for any number of delivery-based occupations?

Property rights 'laws' historically manipulated by businesses, research finds

LAWRENCE — Within most countries, businesses operate under the notion that their property rights are stable. A set of operational rules and a political system that protects those rules are firmly entrenched, right? Not necessarily.

Advantages of scheduling retail employees with higher performers revealed in new study

LAWRENCE — One barely has to wade into a Reddit thread in which workers whine about their employer before encountering something related to shifts.

Workplace 'slavery' still embedded in supply chain, researcher says

LAWRENCE — A dozen years ago, the Foxconn City industrial park in China became infamous for a rash of worker suicides.

Business advantages of customers using 'personal fabrication' in 3D printing revealed in new study

LAWRENCE — For years, the idea of a “3D business” only evoked images of 1950s theater patrons donning plastic goggles to watch a “stereoscopic” movie. Now the term is used more often to denote 3D printing that allows consumers to create their own items.

Value of experienced CEO fades when working in regions vulnerable to corruption, political instability

LAWRENCE — Apparently, experience is not always a good thing. In fact, for CEOs of small and medium-sized enterprises, it can eventually prove to be a liability.

Pandemic altered predictability of stock market, according to social media data

LAWRENCE — The stock market is known for its unpredictable nature. But how do investors react when an external event further throws it into chaos?

KU School of Business receives largest gift in school history

Multinational enterprises should choose between two colocation strategies, research finds

LAWRENCE — In business, colocation occurs when firms locate together in the same geographic space.

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