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CBS News

Art Wheaton, senior extension associate at the ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, joins CBS News to explain the tentative contract between UPS and the Teamsters Union.


James Grimmelmann, professor of law, notes that the Thaler case ruling “changes absolutely nothing because the status quo has been that AI-generated works aren’t copyrightable.”

Associated Press

Natalie Mahowald, professor of Earth and atmospheric sciences, discusses the summer climate.


Art Wheaton, senior extension associate at the ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, and Johnnie Kallas, PhD candidate at ILR, discuss the labor strikes.


Eswar Prasad, professor of international trade policy and economics, joins CNBC to discuss China's economy.

The Wall Street Journal

Khurram Afridi, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, joins Dalvin Brown to discuss air charging technology.

The Independent

Meng Wang, assistant professor at CALS, discusses new research that possibly pins down one of the potential causes of aging.


“Bolivia's interest in Iranian drone technologies indicates that we are in the early stages of military drone proliferation across the continent,” says James Patton Roger, senior fellow at Cornell Tech.


Article discusses research conducted by Suzanne Shu, professor of marketing, that details the “psychological ownership” and fear aversion that impacts Social Security claims.

Associated Press

Patricia Campos-Medina, senior extension associate at ILR, says, “The whole idea that consumer convenience is above everything broke down during the pandemic. We started to think, ‘I’m at home ordering, but there is actually a worker who has to go the grocery store, who has to cook this for me so that I can be comfortable.’” Syndicated to Fortune, PBS News Hour, El País, The Washington Post, and many others.  


Harry Katz, professor of collective bargaining at ILR, discusses the tentative UPS agreement, saying, “Workers will hear about this and it's likely to elevate their expectations somewhat.”


Kate Bronfenbrenner, senior lecturer at ILR, says, “It's one more reminder to unions and workers that to get a good contract, you need to organize and show your power. And if the Teamsters had not done the massive organizing they did with the workers, with the public, really getting their issues out there, focusing on the issues that really resonate with the workers and the public, they wouldn't have this contract. That lesson is very much there.”