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Selected Media Coverage: October 10, 2007

MSNBC.com, 9/26/2007
UAW’s ‘victory’ may really be last gasp

Tom Hyclak, professor of economics, says that unions have historically played different roles for American workers. He talks about the changing demographics of the labor movement and its geographical influence in light of the recent UAW-GM collective bargaining negotiations.

Tom Hyclak
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Christian Science Monitor , 10/01/2007
Financial Q&A: Academic studies mostly positive toward ethical investing

"If you have a well-diversified portfolio of 'good' firms, you can perform as well as the market," says David Myers, director of the Financial Services Laboratory. The article examines risk-adjusted returns for ethical investing options.

David Myers
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ABCnews.com, 9/26/2007
O'Reilly Said Harlem Restaurant Is 'Respectful'

Seth Moglen, associate professor of English and Africana studies, argues that talk show host Bill O’Reilly recycled “a set of deeply toxic stereotypes” after a recent visit to a restaurant in Harlem.

Seth Moglen
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Education Week , 9/26/2007
High Court Case Could Rein In Private Placements Under IDEA

Perry Zirkel, professor of law and education, talks about tuition reimbursements and an upcoming Supreme Court case, calling it a “high-stakes” matter for school districts and families.

Seth Moglen
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Posted on Wednesday, October 10, 2007

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