IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis clinical assistant professor of information systems Nolan Taylor tells US News there are two primary risks after this data hack that affected 143 million Americans.
IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis clinical assistant professor of marketing Mark Mayer tells the IBJ he believes messages about property taxes, commute times and rent costs are effective as Indiana markets itself in four other major cities across the country.
Phil Powell, associate dean of academic programs in Indianapolis, and Todd Saxton, associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship, say there are lessons from Africa we can apply in the U.S. context when it comes to social impact investing.
IU Kelley School of Business at IUPUI senior lecturer in marketing Kim Donahue shares insight into what companies can gain from a partnership with undergraduate student teams in Indianapolis.
Mohan Tatikonda tells the Indianapolis Business Journal that Amazon's already established relationship with Indiana could be an advantage, as the company looks to choose a location for its second headquarters.
Phil Powell, IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis associate dean of academic programs, says higher fuel prices could cause a ripple effect for local businesses after hurricanes make landfall in Florida and Texas.
As Indiana fights to collect sales tax from more online retailers, Kyle Anderson, clinical assistant professor of business economics, says this will have to be decided at a federal level.
Kim Donahue, senior lecturer in marketing, tells WTIU it's simple supply and demand.
Millennials hold the key to America's future economic success, says Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow, clinical assistant professor of management and business law.
Christopher Porter, professor of management, says effective leaders can shape or "prime" their employees' regulatory focus, whether that's a promotion focus or prevention focus.