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New study exposes the double-edged sword of political correctness

Employees’ attempts to foster conflict-free work zones may lead to less harmonious interactions with their spouses at home, Miami Herbert’s Valeria Alterman and fellow researchers find.

https://news.miami.edu/miamiherbert//stories/2022/09/new-study-exposes-the-double-edged-sword-of-political-correctness.html


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Sizzling summer sales entice shoppers

Claudia Townsend, associate professor of marketing at the Miami Herbert Business School, explains how retail sales tactics influence consumers to make unplanned purchases.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2022/07/sizzling-summer-sales-entice-shoppers.html




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International business leader lays down roots as executive-in-residence at Miami Herbert

After several decades traveling the globe in executive roles, former CEO of IBM Asia Pacific Randy Walker chooses Miami as his home.

https://news.miami.edu/miamiherbert//stories/2022/02/international-business-leader-lays-down-roots-as-executive-in-residence-at-miami-herbert.html