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September 30, 2016
Does the US Owe Blacks Reparations? Yes, Says UN Panel.

Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 28, 2016
“International law generally stays out of the business of telling governments what to do with their own people," says Professor Michael Kelly. "It's an effort to bring political pressure and re-ignite some level of guilt."
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Does the Market Care Who Wins in November?

Barron’s, Sept. 29, 2016
“There is no systematic difference between Republicans and Democrats” in impact on the stock market, according to Robert Johnson, this new study’s lead author. The study is unique because it focuses on monetary factors as well as politics, according to Johnson. Gerald Jensen of Creighton University, was one of the authors of the study.
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Does the Market Care Who Wins in November?

MSN Money, Sept. 29, 2016
Heider College of Business professor Gerald Jensen, was one of the authors of a recent study titled, “What to Expect When You’re Electing,” which examined the impact of a president’s political affiliation in the context of monetary factors such as whether the federal funds and discount rates — both of which are set by the Federal Reserve — are trending up or down.
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Four of Five Bank CEOs Report Loan Restructuring

US AgNet, Sept. 30, 2016
According to Creighton's September survey, almost four of five, or 79.1 percent, of bank CEOs reported a significant upturn in loan restructuring due to weak farm income," said economics professor Ernie Goss.
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DriveOff Wins Startup Weekend Omaha

Silicon Prairie News, Sept. 28, 2016
DriveOff was the winning team at this year’s Startup Weekend Omaha, held last weekend Sept. 23-25. The startup competition included around 70 participants, mostly college students from University of Nebraska Omaha, Creighton University and University of South Dakota.
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