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Spartan BizCast: Tariffs and Trade Treaties 
This Spartan BizCast episode covers how tariffs and trade treaties can affect the flow of goods across the globe.
Undergraduate research fellows receive awards at undergraduate research forum 
The forum hosted teams from across the nation and both School of Hospitality Business teams took home awards.
Broad College goes green with program on alternative power for railways 
The Center for Railway Research and Education is looking toward the future as diesel trains are increasingly phased out
Do as I say; not as I see: How big data finds out what we really watch, read and view  
Our online choices often don't match what we tell others, Broad College expert Anjana Susarla finds
Michigan tops Great Lakes state neighbors in jobs created by hunting and fishing, Broad College study finds 
Hunting and fishing create and support more than 171,000 jobs and around $11.2 billion in economic activity annually
Disruptive potential of Blockchain is the focus of latest Spartan BizCast episode  
Professor Bill McCarthy explores the digital ledgering system behind cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin
Health care providers – not hackers – leak more of your data, Broad College research finds  
One quarter of all cases caused by unauthorized access or disclosure – more than twice the amount that were hacked
Don't grin and bear it: Fake smiles at work could lead to unethical behavior, study finds  
Faking a smile at work could mean more than becoming someone that at the moment you’re not.
Broad College alum Manoj Saxena determined to ensure artificial intelligence is applied responsibly, ethically  
"I have never been more worried about AI than I am now," alum says in funding responsible AI research
Broad College receives $1 million gift from Saxena Family Foundation to study ethical and responsible artificial intelligence  
Gift will establish Omura-Saxena Endowed Professorship to permanently support a faculty position in Responsible AI
Keep to yourself! Don’t offer co-workers help unless asked, Broad College research finds  
If you thought that proactively offering help to your co-workers was a good thing, think again.
Broad College recognized as an international business leader by the U.S. Department of Education  
MSU recently awarded a federal grant to continue to operate Center for International Business Education and Research
Low unemployment may soon turn happy customers into angry voters, a pair of Broad College experts warn  
The warning was published recently in the Hill, an influential Washington, D.C. newspaper focused on national politics
Is email evil? Bosses are getting boxed in by their inboxes  
Keeping up with email traffic places high demands on managers, which prevents them from achieving their goals
Subsidizing farmers hurt by retaliatory tariffs 'not a viable long-term solution," Broad College trade expert says  
Tomas Hult shares his insights with the Hill, an influential Washington D.C.-based publication
The 'invisible hand' may matter less than thought, research co-authored by a Broad College professor emeritus finds  
It’s a third party who interrupts a trading relationship, according to the research by Geoffrey Booth
Tariffs will create winners and losers in global trade. America won't always be in the first group, a Broad College expert warns  
"Any given country – even the United States – cannot be a world leader in every category," writes Tomas Hult
Want to succeed at negotiations? View talks as long-term partnerships and not just short-term rivalries, Broad prof says  
'Management is becoming increasingly long-term focused or relationship-focused,' says Jennifer Dunn
Hierarchy needn't be a four-letter word. Just combine it with mutual respect, says Broad College prof  
Decisions made at the top are fine, but only if people at all levels are respected for their contributions