Richard Lutz

Checkout trends keep Poole/Warrington research in the news

In the five years since NC State Poole Associate Professor Stefanie Robinson (BSBA ’03), St. Louis University Chaifetz School of Business Associate Professor Katie Kelting (BSBA ’03, MS ’06) and Peter S. Sealey, PhD Professor of Marketing Richard Lutz published research on charitable giving at store checkout counters, the practice has proliferated. More than half of Americans donate while shopping, according to one recent study. As charitable checkout requests have grown,

  • There are many factors to consider when weighing retirement. Mo Wang, Associate Dean, Lanzillotti-McKethan Eminent Scholar and retirement expert, shares what holds people back from passing the torch and how to make your retirement years as fulfilling as possible.

    senior couple grandma and grandpa walk on the beach in summer illustration Generative AI

    How do you know it’s time to retire?

    Vox
  • Protecting small-business owners from corporate monopolies is an issue worth championing, but it’s not exactly black and white when it comes to the tech behemoth Amazon.com and its line of AmazonBasics products.

    Antitrust legislation will not be a panacea for small-business owners in this case; in fact, it might hurt them, John B. Higdon Eminent Scholar Hsing Kenny Chang and Associate Professor Jingchuan Pu argue in this Op-Ed.

    Hsing Kenny Chang and Jingchuan Pu.

    Will sweeping antitrust laws protect small businesses on Amazon? It’s not that simple.

    The Hill
  • In the five years since Stefanie Robinson (BSBA ’03), Katie Kelting (BSBA ’03, MS ’06) and Peter S. Sealey, PhD Professor of Marketing Richard Lutz published research on charitable giving at store checkout counters, the practice has proliferated. More than half of Americans donate while shopping, according to one recent study.

    Richard Lutz

    Checkout trends keep Poole/Warrington research in the news

    North Carolina State University Poole College of Management
  • The auditing profession is at a tipping point, and Robert Knechel, Frederick E. Fisher Eminent Scholar and Director, International Accounting and Auditing Center, is a leading expert to discuss it. In the latest episode of Veritas Investment Research’s podcast, Knechel discusses the auditing profession’s undergoing transition worldwide, audit failures, fraud and specific, important questions auditors need to ask themselves before an audit.

    Robert Knechel

    Corporate Failures & The Audit Profession

    Veritas Investment Research
  • The Biden Administration may have been heavy handed in its attempts to initiate AI regulation, but Republicans don’t seem to have a better strategy, as Public Utility Research Center Director and Gunter Professor Mark Jamison points out in his recent blog post, “A Vision for Tech Policy is Missing from GOP Economic Plans.” To find out how the US should be walking the fine line between overregulation and recklessness in the face of this powerful new technology, AEI’s James Pethokoukis asked Jamison a few quick questions.

    Mark Jamison

    A Quick Q&A with … Mark Jamison on a Pro-market Vision for AI/Tech Policy

    AEI
Richard Lutz

Checkout trends keep Poole/Warrington research in the news

In the five years since NC State Poole Associate Professor Stefanie Robinson (BSBA ’03), St. Louis University Chaifetz School of Business Associate Professor Katie Kelting (BSBA ’03, MS ’06) and Peter S. Sealey, PhD Professor of Marketing Richard Lutz published research on charitable giving at store checkout counters, the practice has proliferated. More than half of Americans donate while shopping, according to one recent study. As charitable checkout requests have grown,

Alfonso Mestre and Alberto Mestre stand in front of the Olympic rings

Warrington student brothers represent at 2024 Paris Olympics

In Venezuela, the Mestre name is well-known in connection with competitive swimming. Alberto Mestre (BS ’87) represented the country twice in the 1980 and 1984 Summer Olympic Games. Mestre placed sixth and fifth, respectfully, in the 100-meter and 200-meter freestyle during the 1984 Los Angeles-based Games. The family name is also significant at the University of Florida, where Mestre and his sons Alberto (MBA ’25) and Alfonso (BSBA ’23, MSF

Heavener School of Business Arch Way

Rankings Roundup: How Warrington Performed in 2023-2024

Over the 2023-2024 academic year, the Warrington College of Business achieved many top rankings from well-known publications like U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, and Fortune. These accolades affirm the college’s excellence in student quality, alumni success, educational fortitude, faculty distinction, first-class student services, and global recognition and impact. Take a look at our latest rankings listed below. U.S. News & World Report  Best Graduate Schools Full-Time MBA –