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May 10, 2019

Is Jon Snow’s Royal Claim on Game of Thrones Really Stronger 'Because He’s a Man'? Here’s What Real Succession Rules Say, May 9, 2019
“On its face, the realm of Westeros is an absolute monarchy (the ‘Seven Kingdoms’) governed by a king (though for now a queen reigns),” writes Creighton University School of Law’s David P. Weber, in the article Legal Structures in A Game of Thrones: The Laws of the First Men and Those That Followed, which recently appeared in the South Carolina Law Review.
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Uber fizzles in Wall Street debut, opens below $45 IPO price

Reuters, May 10, 2019
“The business is unprofitable, new entrants can enter the market, there is potential regulatory risk, and it is very price sensitive. What is there to like about this opportunity?” Robert Johnson, professor of finance at Heider College of Business, Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska said.
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For college grads, an attractive job market awaits: Nebraska has 21,410 high-skill openings

Omaha World-Herald, May 6, 2019
Creighton University had a waiting list for businesses for its career fair last fall, said Jeremy Fisher, Creighton’s career center director.
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