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LC Bulletin: Peach to speak at HTC

April 18, 2014. Retrieved online April 21, 2014 from LC Bulletin Staff, Las Cruces Bulletin [Excerpts below reprinted with permission: Read the complete Las Cruces Bulletin article] High Tech Consortium of Southern New Mexico will meet 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, April 25, at Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces, 705 S. Telshor Blvd. Jim Peach, regents professor of economics and international bu More »

COB 50th Anniversary: WWII Barracks to Domenici Hall 1964-2014

April 16, 2014 by COB Staff Published on April 15, 2014 A look back at the NMSU College of Business buildings. 1943: World War II reduces the enrollment at NMSU. The all-time enrollment low in Business Administration occurs in 1943 when only 12 students are listed as majors in the Department. 1947: Soon after World War II ends, surplus barracks from all parts of New Mexico and More »

NMSU Business Outlook: April 2014

A Short Note to New Subscribers Welcome new subscribers! NMSU Business Outlook is a free, monthly online publication sponsored by NMSU’s College of Business. Its primary audience is business practitioners and laypersons. If you prefer not to receive these alert emails, which link to each new issue, please contact me at mhyman@nmsu.edu and I’ll remove your email address from the subscriber More »

Mentoring our students: April 1 & 2, 2014

April 8, 2014, by Anthony Casaus, Assistant Dean-Development, College of Business Gary Mallory Albuquerque’s Heads Up landscaping business owner Gary Mallory, Andrew Key (president), and Eddie Padilla (VP-marketing), variously met with COB faculty, staff, and students: Met with Rick Adkisson, Ken Martin, Steve Elias and Anthony Casaus on April 1 to discuss recruitment of COB students More »

LC Bulletin: Digging deeper-Economists look at wages

April 4, 2014. Retrieved online April 7, 2014 from Bulletin Staff Report , Las Cruces Bulletin Recent studies, policy alternatives studied alternatively [Excerpts below reprinted with permission: Read the complete Las Cruces Bulletin article] Economists discussing the minimum wage are a bit like Aggie and Lobo fans looking to the season ahead. They see different pictures. Economists, h More »

KRWG News: Small Businesses And The Minimum Wage

KRWG News Published on Mar 19, 2014 I met owner of COAS Books, Mike Beckett, appropriately, in the business section of his downtown store to talk about the minimum wage. "What I know is what it does to me and my business...I'm a small business, family owned," said Beckett. He was 16 when he took his first job. He made minimum wage for the next 6 years. "So I got a job as a sheet m More »

NMSU Business Outlook: March 2014

A Short Note to New Subscribers Welcome new subscribers! NMSU Business Outlook is a free, monthly online publication sponsored by NMSU’s College of Business. Its primary audience is business practitioners and laypersons. If you prefer not to receive these alert emails, which link to each new monthly issue, please contact me at mhyman@nmsu.edu and I’ll remove your email address from the subs More »

LC Bulletin: Economists predict light growth

February 28, 2014. Retrieved online March 3, 2014 from Alta LeCompte, Las Cruces Bulletin NMSU hosts economic forum [Excerpts below reprinted with permission: Read the complete Las Cruces Bulletin article] An undecided Eugenio Alemán and a cautiously optimistic Jim Peach shared their 2014 forecasts at the third annual Economic Outlook Conference Thursday, Feb. 20, at the Las Cruces C More »