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December 2, 2013
Be true to your school — of investing

CBS Marketwatch- Wall St. Journal, Nov. 29, 2013
According to Creighton University Finance Professor Robert Johnson, the basic premise of value investing is to buy undervalued, out-of-favor stocks and wait until the consensus of the market recognizes that undervaluation and bids the price up to its intrinsic or true value.
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MFS Investment Strategist Favors Large-Cap Sector

Financial Advisor Magazine, Nov. 20, 2013
American firms that have extensive multinational operations include General Electric, Boeing and Coca-Cola. But Creighton University Finance Professor Bob Johnson advises individual investors to purchase index mutual funds or exchange-traded funds to gain large-cap exposure.
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Midwest and national manufacturing grow in November, reports say

Minneapolis Star Tribune, Dec. 2, 2013
The news was particularly encouraging in the Midwest, as the Creighton University Business Conditions Index indicated that conditions had improved from the disappointing neutral or flat index of 50 in October to a growth index of 51.2 in November.
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Creighton survey shows growth in Iowa’s economy

Radio Iowa, Dec. 2, 2013
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says employment levels picked up while heavy manufacturers reported solid boosts in new export orders for the month.
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Booklet promotes balance

The Crimson White, Nov. 21, 2013
Creighton University graduate Robert Berry was a straight-A student in college. But despite his lack of experience with low grade point averages, Berry decided to write “The Slacker’s Guide to Undergrad” after reflecting on his own undergraduate experience.
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Noteworthy in the community

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 30, 2013
The Rev. Don Doll, professor of photojournalism at Creighton University and a photographer, received the Word Sender award at the 14th Laureate Feast. Doll is internationally known for photographing the lives of ordinary people of many cultures, some in war-torn or natural disaster areas for National Geographic and other publications.
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Art notes: Joslyn getting into the spirit

Omaha World-Herald, Nov. 28, 2013
The museum will host live performances of holiday and classical tunes by the University of Nebraska at Omaha Chamber Choir, Creighton University musical theater students and other local groups. Tours of the galleries will follow the performances.
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