In The News

John Rosen, an adjunct professor of economics, talks about the price of gas, projecting what it will be over the next six months.

NBC Connecticut: AAA Says Gas Prices Won't Deter Travelers This Memorial Day Weekend



Jamie Ratliff

5/25/22, 4:00 AM

Leah Hartman, chair of accounting, finance, and marketing, discusses protecting your financial assets in a volatile market.

Connecticut Post: What to do with your 401K and other financial advice as the stock market tumbles


Luther Turmelle

5/23/22, 4:00 AM

Steven Bumbera '20, talks about how he became involved with crypto after graduation from the University of New Haven and his motivation for founding Many Worlds Token, a tokenomics system.

e-cryptonews.com: Gary Gensler, Joe Biden and US-SEC We Talk to Crypto Expert, Marine and Many Worlds Token Founder Steve Bumbera



Brent Dixon

5/23/22, 4:00 AM

Brian Marks, senior lecturer and executive director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program and an instructor in the Health Administration and Policy department, says summer vacations will be costly this year, with the price of gas continuing to rise.

Eyewitness News 3 CT ’22: Gas prices impacting summer vacation plans


5/19/22, 4:30 AM

Michael Lawlor, associate professor of criminal justice, and Brian Marks, senior lecturer and executive director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program, and an instructor in the Health Administration and Policy department, discuss the leaked opinion from the Supreme Court and what impact the decision may have on other laws if enacted.

The Hartford Courant: LGBTQ groups wary of Roe leak Community fears it may be next: 'Progress is not permanent'


Christopher Arnott

5/18/22, 4:00 AM

Brian Marks, senior lecturer and executive director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program and an instructor in the Health Administration and Policy department, says the pandemic revealed widespread weaknesses in the supply chain and the need to add manufacturing capacity in the U.S.

Fox News Dallas: Texas Instruments breaks ground on new plant in Sherman to address microchip shortage


Alex Boyer

5/18/22, 4:00 AM

Jason Chung, assistant professor of sport management and executive director of Esports, and Corey Parks, director of esports and head coach, talk about the future of esports and the gaming industry.

Connecticut Public Radio: How Esports and Gaming are changing the world of college athletics


5/18/22, 4:00 AM

Jan Jones, lecturer and coordinator for Hospitality and Tourism, answers questions about travel over the summer. Many pandemic-related restrictions have been removed, enabling customers to return to domestic and international destinations.

WalletHub: Ask the Experts: Tips for Saving on Summer Travel



Adam McCann

5/17/22, 4:00 AM

Brian Marks, senior lecturer and executive director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program and an instructor in the Health Administration and Policy department, says prices for poultry will continue to remain high and may go up as costs soar for supply chains.

Forbes: Chicken Billionaire Bemoans Higher Prices At Every Link In The Supply Chain, From Farm To Table


Chloe Sorvino

5/17/22, 4:00 AM

Jason Chung, assistant professor and executive director of esports, talks about the difficulty in building a brand, such as Upcomer, and making a profit.

Digiday: How the layoffs at Upcomer show the challenges of public ownership in esports media


Alexander Lee

5/16/22, 4:00 AM

David Sacco, a practitioner in residence of finance, says as cryptocurrency is increasingly tied to new and evolving technology, the crypto market will continue to get stronger.

New York Post: Has bitcoin hit bottom? Cryptocurrencies rebound after crypto crash



Theo Wayt

5/13/22, 4:00 AM

David Sacco, a practitioner in residence of finance, discusses programs such as Universal Basic Income and Cash Transfer programs for people receiving government assistance.

Forbes: An Unexpected Outcome Of The Covid-19 Pandemic: A Slew Of Universal Income Programs



E. Napoletano

5/12/22, 4:08 PM

Angeli Gianchandani, a practitioner in residence of marketing and the Executive MBA program, talks about women returning to the workplace after needing time off from the pandemic for child care, and how they can be successful.

WICC 600AM Melissa in the Morning: Angeli Gianchandani



5/12/22, 4:00 AM

John Rosen, an adjunct professor in economics, discusses allegations of price gouging by big oil companies, and examines if this is really accurate information.

WICC 600AM: Connecticut Today with Paul Pacelli


5/12/22, 4:00 AM

Jason Chung, assistant professor and executive director of esports, says big game developers are seeing their revenue stream cut as smaller developers are packaging games to fit advertising opportunities.

Harro: Game developers are angling to become the next big media owners — and brands are taking notice



Alexander Lee

5/11/22, 4:00 AM

Angeli Gianchandani, a practitioner in residence for marketing and the Executive MBA program, says car manufacturers are cutting ad budgets as supply chains cannot keep up with the demand, and media companies are feeling the pinch.

Insider: Carmakers have slashed their ad spending as much as 46%, and media companies could feel the pain well into 2023



Lara O'Reilly and Lindsay Rittenhouse

5/9/22, 4:00 AM

John Rosen, an adjunct professor of economics, talks about the latest spike in gas prices, which are projected to hit $6 per gallon by July.

Fox61: Gas prices on the rise again



Gaby Molina

5/9/22, 4:00 AM

Brian Marks, senior lecturer and executive director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program, and an instructor in the Health Administration and Policy department, talks about the different factors causing the increase in gas prices across the country and worldwide.

Fox News Dallas: North Texas gas prices hitting near record highs at $4.01 a gallon



Alex Boyer

5/9/22, 4:00 AM

Jason Chung, assistant professor and executive director of Esports, says that teams in South Korea’s T1 league, a $220 million industry, play very differently than those from North America league.

Forbes: The Most Valuable Esports Companies 2022



Brett Knight

5/6/22, 10:00 AM

Leah Hartman, senior lecturer and chair of accounting, finance, and marketing, talks about how the economy will have an impact on families celebrating together for the first time in two years.

KCBS Radio San Francisco: Leah Hartman



5/6/22, 4:00 AM