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October 7, 2016
After Cabela’s Sale to Bass Pro Shops, Activist Investor is Cashing Out

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 7, 2016
Lee Dunham, a finance professor at Creighton University, said it appears that Elliott Management has decided to start cashing in while the getting is good.
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Could Federal Regulators Block the Bass Pro Takeover of Cabela’s?

News Channel Nebraska, Oct. 6, 2016
“There is still a lot of competition in this space,” said Edward Morse, professor of law at Creighton University. “I’m not sure that the narrative that says they’re going to behave like a monopolist will actually play out.
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Before its Cabela’s Deal is Done, Bass Pro Shops Must Face Antitrust Scrutiny

Kearney Hub, Oct. 6, 2016
It could also be argued that the merger will benefit consumers by allowing the combined company to compete more efficiently and lower prices, Edward Morse said.
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Editorial: A Timely Reminder About Free Speech

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 6, 2016
Kudos to Creighton University for its recent symposium on free speech on university campuses. The event highlighted key aspects of the issue, and some of the statements from speakers were especially cogent in upholding the principles of free thought and free expression.
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For Pregnant Teens in Desperate Situation, Help and Support Are Out There

Omaha World-Herald, Oct. 7, 2016
Adolescents tend to be impulsive and typically don’t have the capacity to consider the long-term implications of their actions or weigh risks and benefits, said Dr. Kayla Pope, an adolescent psychiatrist and program director for psychiatry at Creighton University.
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Business Surveys Shows Sluggish Midwest Economy

The Joplin Globe, Oct. 6, 2016
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss said trade figures for the region fell dramatically in September after the Hanjin Shipping bankruptcy caused disruptions. He also said energy and agriculture manufacturing is especially weak in the region.
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