As Andy Williams croons, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. The holiday season is upon us and for many, that means family traditions, time spent with friends and spreading a little cheer. For a growing number of businesses, spreading cheer goes beyond the one-time gift purchase. The idea of social enterprises is also spreading. Think Toms shoes or, locally, Five … [Read more...] about How can social enterprises help spread holiday cheer?
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The fashion industry is a dynamic and ever-evolving field, and understanding consumer behavior is crucial for both fashion enthusiasts and industry professionals. In recent years, several trends have emerged, reshaping the way people interact with fashion. Dr. Jenifer Roberts Dr. Jenifer Roberts, associate professor in the merchandising and fashion design department at … [Read more...] about Chic shifts: Unveiling the dynamic evolution of fashion consumer trends
How many credit card accounts do you think the average person should have? Dr. James Philpot, certified financial planner and associate professor in the department of finance, economics and risk management at Missouri State University, answers this question on WalletHub. … [Read more...] about What’s a good number of credit cards to have?
Over the past year, American inflation has dropped from 9% to 3%. In August, Dr. Jeremy Siegel, Wharton professor emeritus of finance, expressed confidence the United States will not face a surge in inflation despite recent efforts to tighten monetary policy. But will consumers see financial relief from higher costs? Inflation and prices Unfortunately not, according to … [Read more...] about Understanding the dynamics between inflation and price stability