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May 23, 2024

BAI Roundtable Envisions the Future of Data Science and Analytics

More than 100 faculty members, professionals and students gathered at the day-long event to discuss emerging trends and think critically about what lies ahead.

May 22, 2024

How Exports and Imports Define Business Models

A firm's approach to international trade is a key indicator of its inner workings.

May 22, 2024

Newsweek Features Poole Research on Daylight Savings Time

Moving the clocks forward can set health habits back, according to Poole College research featured in Newsweek.

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May 21, 2024

When Giveaways Get Out of Hand

How did Red Lobster's popular endless shrimp promotion help bankrupt the company? Poole College professor Michael Stanko explains.

Two pawns sit side-by-side on a chess board. One is colored like the America flag, one like the Chinese flag.

May 21, 2024

Taking the Long View of U.S.-China Trade

Today's tensions have roots in decades-old events, according to new research shared by Poole College scholars.

May 21, 2024

Poole Researcher Quoted on PIP Insurance

Poole College economics professor Tamah Morant details the finer points of personal injury protection.

Exterior of an Apple Store.

May 15, 2024

Apple’s Planning a $110B Stock Buyback. Here’s Why.

The latest big buyback is all about share and shareholder value, Poole College finance professor Richard Warr says.

Photo of Volkswagen automotive manufacturing plant in Chattanooga, Tenn.

May 9, 2024

What’s Next for Unionization in the South?

A successful union vote in Tennessee could be a sign of bigger Southern change, according to economics professor Steven Allen.

May 8, 2024

Poole Researchers Uncover Tax Costs of Gambling

N.C. gamblers may pay taxes on bets, win or lose. A 2015 law is the reason, Poole scholars say.

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May 8, 2024

Why Does N.C. Tax Online Sports Bets Differently? Poole Explains.

In reporting from ABC-11 News, Poole College researchers explain why North Carolina taxes online and in-person sports gambling winnings differently. The distinction, said associate economics professor Nathan Goldman, is in what constitutes a gambling “session.” In a casino, a session begins when you walk in and ends when you cash out. It could contain multiple…