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Miami Media Highlights Sept. 25-Oct. 1

Miami Media Highlights Sept. 25-Oct. 1

BARRON’S, Oct. 1: Crypto Industry Grapples With FTX Fallout As Trial Looms
This article highlights the bankruptcy of crypto currency platform FTX. Arthur Carvalho, Dinesh & Ila Paliwal Innovation Chair and associate professor of Information Systems and Analytics, is quoted in the article stating that the U.S. missed an opportunity to create a crypto focused legislature.

ABC, WCPO, Ch. 9, Oct. 1: Local mechanics start to feel impact of UAW strike at auto parts distribution centers
This broadcast news story on the effects of the UAW strike features Henry Jin, professor of Management.

NPR, WVXU, Cincinnati Edition, Ch. 91.7, Sept. 28: House Republicans struggle to keep the federal government open, plus more to discuss with Ken Rudin
This radio segment features Anne Whitesell, assistant professor of Political Science, discussing the possible government shutdown. 

VOA News, Sept. 26: Biden, Trump Vie for Workers' Votes by Expressing Support for Unions
Kevin Reuning, assistant professor of Political Science, is quoted in this article on the ongoing strike by the United Auto Workers union. Reuning also was quoted recently in stories on and

The Conversation, Sept. 26: Remote workers are more aware of cybersecurity risks than in-office employees: new study
This article was co-written by Joseph Nwankpa, associate professor of Information Systems and Analytics and Farmer School of Business director of Cybersecurity Initiatives. The article looks at cybersecurity threats for remote and in-office workers.

FORTUNE, Sept. 25: Gen Z can’t work alongside people with different views because they ‘haven’t got the skills to disagree’ says British TV boss
This article mentions etiquette dinners hosted at Miami University to prepare students for life following college.