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Round-the-clock gambling could be disastrous for the state of Illinois, says John Kindt, an emeritus professor of business and legal policy.

24-hour casinos a bad bet for Illinois, gambling critic says

Author: Phil Ciciora, Business & Law Editor

Published Date:September 10, 2013

Round-the-clock gambling could be disastrous for the state of Illinois, says John Kindt, an emeritus professor of business and legal policy.

Published Date: September 10, 2013


Firms shouldn't follow a 'one-size-fits-all-markets' approach when evaluating and managing the performance of a brand, says forthcoming research from Raj Echambadi, a professor of business administration at Illinois.

Study: One-size-fits-all approach doesn't work for different markets

Author: Phil Ciciora, Business & Law Editor

Published Date:August 13, 2013

Firms shouldn't follow a "one-size-fits-all-markets" approach when evaluating and managing the performance of a brand, says forthcoming research from Raj Echambadi, a professor of business administration at Illinois.

Published Date: August 13, 2013


University of Illinois chemistry professor Paul Hergenrother, left, and veterinary clinical medicine professor Tim Fan led a study of an anti-cancer compound in pet dogs that is now headed for human clinical trials.

Cancer drug tested in pet dogs is now bound for human trials

Author: Diana Yates, Life Sciences Editor

Published Date:July 17, 2013

Thanks to a new $2 million investment, a drug that spurs cancer cells to self-destruct while sparing healthy cells is on the road to human clinical trials. The compound, known as PAC-1, has so far proven safe and has promising anti-cancer effects in cell culture, in mouse models of cancer and in pet dogs with spontaneously occurring lymphomas and osteosarcomas.

Published Date: July 17, 2013


The Illinois economy hasn't rebounded fast enough to reach pre-recessionary levels of output, wages and employment, according to a new study from Robert Bruno, a professor of labor and employment relations on the Urbana campus.

Economy in Illinois improving, but recovery halting, study finds

Author: Phil Ciciora, Business & Law Editor

Published Date:July 9, 2013

The Illinois economy hasn't rebounded fast enough to reach pre-recessionary levels of output, wages and employment, according to a new study from Robert Bruno, a professor of labor and employment relations on the Urbana campus.

Published Date: July 9, 2013


Budget and pension woes in the state of Illinois are inextricably linked to giveaways to Big Gambling, says emeritus professor John Kindt, a leading national gambling critic.

Expert: State budget, pension woes tied to big gambling giveaways

Author: Phil Ciciora, Business & Law Editor

Published Date:May 9, 2013

Budget and pension woes in the state of Illinois are inextricably linked to giveaways to Big Gambling, says emeritus professor John Kindt, a leading national gambling critic.

Published Date: May 9, 2013