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Financial Times, 7/27/2014
Boatwright: Business problems don't occur in silos
The world's problems do not present themselves in silos, explains Peter Boatwright, Carnegie Bosch Professor of Marketing and co-director of the Integrated Innovation Institute. The institute applies an interdisciplinary approach to solutions. URL for this article: http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/6909d578-eb41-11e3-bab6-00144feabdc0.html

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7/27/2014
Finishing touches put on app backed by Ammirati
A new app backed by Sean Ammirati, adjunct professor of entrepreneurship, is in its final stages. NoWait allows restaurant customers to scan wait times for hundreds of establishments and choose one for check in. URL for this article: http://www.post-gazette.com/business/2014/07/27/Last-ingredients-added-to-NoWait-eatery-apps/stories/201407240274

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 7/19/2014
Hydroelectric plants more economically feasible in Pennsylvania than elsewhere, Apt says
Building hydropower plants in Pennsylvania makes more sense economically, according to Jay Apt, Professor of Technology and Director of the Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center. He points out that wholesale electricity prices are higher in western Pennsylvania than in areas where most of the Mississippi River flows. URL for this article: http://triblive.com/news/allegheny/6442635-74/energy-power-hydro

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 7/14/2014
Mawhinney: Cloud computing helps companies build data
Cloud computing has helped companies streamline data centers that once were costly for companies to build, according to Dave Mawhinney, executive director of Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship; co-director, CMU Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; associate teaching professor of entrepreneurship. URL for this article: http://triblive.com/news/allegheny/6411422-74/companies-uber-ride?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A%20alltribstories%20(TribLIVE%20News)

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 6/28/2014
Study by Fichman, Spear suggests parking improvements
An article appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that was coauthored by Mark Fichman, associate professor of organizational behavior and theory; Stephen Spear, professor of economics; and Tayo Fabusuyi, adjunct professor of economics and public policy and faculty affiliate, Center for International Policy and Innovation(CIPI). The article concerned a pilot study of “performance parking” around the campus of Carnegie Mellon. URL for this article: http://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/Op-Ed/2014/06/29/Performance-parking-can-lower-average-parking-rates-while-raising-more-money-for-Pittsburgh/stories/201406290035

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 6/23/2014
Boatwright, Cagan discuss plans for expansion of Integrated Innovation Institute
Within the next five to seven years, the Integrated Innovation Institute will hire additional staff and reach 200 students across three campuses. That's according to Peter Boatwright, Carnegie Bosch Professor of Marketing and co-director of the institute, and his colleague Jonathan Cagan, an engineering professor. URL for this article: http://www.post-gazette.com/news/education/2014/06/24/New-digs-for-CMU-program-incubate-next-big-innovations/stories/201406160018

KDKA-TV, 6/18/2014
KDKA-TV features parking study by Fichman, Spear
Mark Fichman, associate professor of organizational behavior and theory, appeared in a segment on the KDKA-TV evening news to discuss the dynamic-pricing parking study that Fichman and Stephen Spear, professor of economics, are conducting in conjunction with the city of Pittsburgh. URL for this segment: http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2014/06/18/variable-meter-parking-rates-coming-to-pittsburgh/

Pittsburgh Business Times, 6/13/2014
Mawhinney: Tech could help raise Pittsburgh's profile
Pittsburgh could be on the verge of reclaiming some of its former Fortune 500 glory, according to Dave Mawhinney, Executive Director of Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurship; Co-Director, CMU Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Assistant Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship. He says the key is finding a tech company that will stay in the city and employ thousands of people. URL for this article: http://www.bizjournals.com/pittsburgh/print-edition/2014/06/13/shift-to-diversified-economy-leads-to-fewer-public.html

Reuters, 6/12/2014
Goodfriend: Fed should suspend Treasury payments
To avoid a potential cash crunch when the time comes to raise interest rates, the U.S. Federal Reserve should suspend payments to the Treasury, says Marvin Goodfriend, The Friends of Allan H. Meltzer Professor; professor of economics. URL for this article: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/12/usa-economy-fed-idUSL2N0OT20320140612

Associated Press, 6/3/2014
Apt: Coal a viable option if industry embraces new technology
Coal could still provide a hefty chunk of Pennsylvania's power if the industry embraces new technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, says Jay Apt, professor of technology and director of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center. Apt praised new federal environmental regulations for their flexibility. URL for this article: http://www.post-gazette.com/powersource/latest-alternative-energy/2014/06/02/Pollution-Plan-May-Have-Big-Impact-In-State/stories/201406020205

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