Monthly Archives: July 2014

Developing Your Social Media Marketing Plan

Share   Perry D. Drake Assistant Professor of Social and Digital Media Marketing   The basic function of marketing as we know it has changed.  It is no longer acceptable to simply push out a message or grab someones attention … Continue reading

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Bremen – Summer 2014

Share   Richard A Navarro Assistant Teaching Professor of Information Systems   Bremen Germany may be best known to some of us as the Brothers Grimm fairytale home of a Donkey, a dog, a cat and a rooster … the … Continue reading

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Even at the beginning of their career, employees should save for retirement

Share   Greg Geisler, PhD, CPA Associate Professor of Accounting   According to a recent study titled “Retirement Account Options When Beginning a Career” by Gregory Geisler, associate professor of accounting at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and Jerry Stern, … Continue reading

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