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Unemployment and the Effects of the Minimum Wage

As is often the case with such emotionally charged issues, especially in an election year, the broader conversation about the minimum wage tends to involve more feeling than historical fact. To balance such a dynamic, we decided to turn to the data to see what it reveals.

Going Green: Which Football Teams Are Scoring the Most Points?

The average stadium has a peak energy use of 9 megawatts during games, enough to power 7,500 homes. So sustainable energy efforts are good not only for the environment, but also for relationships with the cities and fans who support them.

 The Greenest Yard

Big Nonprofit Spending: Where the Dollars Go

Accounting@Syracuse examined the budgets of some of the biggest and most well-known nonprofits to see where and how they spend their money. Here’s what we found out.

Why We're Saving—Then vs. Now

Did you know people save more when they're saving toward a goal? Knowing why you’re saving—as well as the timeframe in which you need to do it—are key to making sure that you stay on track to achieve your savings goals.

Veteran Friendly Businesses

Service members put their lives on the line for our country and our freedoms. While we appreciate everything they do for us every day, Memorial Day gives us a chance to remember their sacrifices and express our thanks. Businesses too have a unique opportunity to do something special for service members, and many of them do so year-round. Supporting our troops is not just the right thing to do; it’s good for business. 

Online Connections Come Together On Campus

In April, the MBA@Syracuse residency took place on campus in Syracuse, New York. We caught up with AJ Rodriguez, a current student in the Syracuse MBA program, to get an inside perspective on the residency experience.