Has the Presidential Campaign Turned Into a Research Assignment?
Posted on 10-14-2016 by Megan Burnside

This post was guest written by Courtney Resnicky, a senior at Wright State University. The battle between who is telling the truth, who is twisting the truth, and who is flat out lying during this Presidential election seems to have become more heated than ever. In both presidential debates we’ve... Read More

Election Season Puts a Focus on Fact-Checking
Posted on 08-23-2016 by Janelle Coates

Do you have a fact-checking obsession? In today’s hyperbolic media landscape, it seems, fact-checking is de rigueur. That’s good news, according to the Poynter Institute —an organization dedicated to “the elevation of journalism.” In a recent article, Poynter pointed out... Read More

News & Business Research Reveals Energy Industry Influences
Posted on 04-26-2016 by Janelle Coates

What market-driven influences are likely to shape the energy industry in 2016? We did some research using Nexis® to see what we could learn. Political developments always hold the potential to impact the energy sector—and election years tend to have the most pronounced effect. But there... Read More

Are ties to global sports organizations exposing you to corruption risk?
Posted on 02-03-2016 by Ulyana Androsova

This Sunday, football fans will be gathering—at the stadium as well as in living rooms and sports bars across the country—to watch the Super Bowl. And it’s not just the sports fans who will tune in. Despite the fact that many consumers actively avoid commercials by DVRing television... Read More