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“Hotels are struggling with shrinking margins. They have fewer levers than airlines,” says Steve Carvell, professor at the Nolan School.
“There’s all this evidence suggesting women, especially in leadership roles, know that they’re going to face backlash if they’re perceived as less cooperative,” says Kristina Rennekamp, professor of accounting.
James Grimmelmann, professor of digital and information law, notes that Supreme Court justices “unpersuaded by the Internet companies’ broad arguments that almost everything they do is protected by the First Amendment.”
Randy Worobo, professor of food science, explains the benefits of using ethylene gas absorbers to keep fruits and vegetables fresh for longer periods.
Christopher Clark, professor and senior scientist in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior emeritus, discusses the results of a new study that explains how whales use their vocal cords.
Cathy Creighton, director of the ILR Buffalo Co-Lab, says “Corporate America is going full bore after the labor movement and that’s what they’re trying to do is to really annihilate them on every level that they can, including these legal maneuvers.”