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Hedge fund manager revolutionizes sustainable cattle farming techniques

ANDREA RICKETTI STAFF WRITER A couple based out of Pescadero, Calif., has changed the future of cattle ranching. When wife Kat Taylor wanted to sell beef from their cattle herd,…

Investors lift Dow Jones to another record close on strong GDP numbers

JAKE KANAVY STAFF WRITER The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) closed at a new high this week after closing up 167.80 points, or 1.08 percent. The Dow Jones Industrial Average…

Showdown between PS4, Xbox One set to begin Friday

ANTHONY PILOVSKY STAFF WRITER As the release dates come closer, the much-anticipated wait for Sony Corporation’s PS4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One is coming to an end. Sony is prepared to…

Wendy’s to introduce new products to fast food market

TIMOTHY HARDING STAFF WRITER Research done earlier this year that was verified by Pew Research Center indicated that there are around 160,000 fast food restaurants across the United States. They…

KSOM business club to host ‘Silicon Valley to Silicon Alley’

After a successful Business Recruiting EXPO, officers and members of the Business Club are wrapping up the fall semester with one final meeting. During this meeting, which will take place…

Marketing society keeps busy

ALEXANDRA ZINGARELLI BUSINESS CORRESPONDENT The University’s Marketing Society is geared toward helping students further their studies outside the classroom. The club incorporates what the members want to discuss with what…

Beta Alpha Psi launches in KSOM

JOHN POUSO STAFF WRITER Over the past summer, Doug Boyle, Ph.D., and Daniel Mahoney, Ph.D., took a trip to Los Angeles to attend a national conference for Beta Alpha Psi…

PRISM initiates covered call on Solar City position

BRIAN LOPES STAFF WRITER The Portfolio for Responsible Investments under Student Management (PRISM) club recently accomplished something no other club has done. The club recently wrote and sold two covered…

‘12 Years a Slave’ captures hardship of slavery, plantations

LUKE BONIELLO STAFF WRITER The Hollywood hype-machine has the potential to make or break a fall release. “12 Years a Slave,” in theaters now, has been awash in nothing but…

Protest the Hero’s ‘Volition’ stuns fans

ANDREW HILL STAFF WRITER It is a hard task for any band to stand out in its genre, even for a single album. What happens when a band is so…