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CNBC

Erica Groshen, senior labor market advisor at ILR, discusses housing costs.

Associated Press

“China’s factory-led recovery and weak consumption growth, which are translating into excess capacity and an aggressive search for foreign markets, in tandem with the looming U.S. election season add up to a perfect recipe for escalating U.S. trade frictions with China,’’ says Eswar Prasad, professor of international trade policy.

NPR

"You know the canary in the coal mine saying? If we understand what's happening to birds, we might be able to understand broader changes in the environment, in climate and things like that," says Ian Davies, extension support specialist.

The Hill

Sarah Kreps, professor of government, says there have been “a number of efforts to dot the I’s and cross the T’s in terms of the constitutionality of this” since 2020.

Voice of America

Christopher Anderson, professor of operations and analytics at the School of Hotel Administration, discusses teaching about AI and its use in revenue management for travel and hospitality companies.

Time

Brooke Erin Duffy, associate professor of communication, discusses the impact of Sistergeddon in 2019.

Vox

“There is an element of climate change that’s contributing to these conditions that we find ourselves in, but there’s also a very strong human-built environment element — a governance element, a politics element, and a mismanagement element of both the natural and the human environment,” says Victoria Beard, professor of city and regional planning.

National Geographic

“When people say something tastes good, they usually mean its flavor is good or its sensory properties are good,” says Robin Dando, associate professor of food science.

Wired

James Grimmelmann, professor of digital and information law, discuses music streaming service Musi.

Forbes

Cathy Creighton, director of the ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, and Risa Lieberwitz, professor of labor and employment law, discuss why activism at work could lead to consequences.

The Guardian

Creators – especially those who get most of their income from social media – are hyper-aware of fluctuations in the app of the moment, says Brooke Erin Duffy, associate professor of communication.

The Wall Street Journal

“For the time being, Beijing and Washington may be united in wanting the yuan not to fall too much in value against the dollar,” says Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and trade policy.