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Professor Timothy Hoff discusses why primary care providers could see an increase in group medical visits.

Assistant Professor Martin Dias discusses the ways human-augmented technology can impact our personal and professional productivity and offers solutions to its pitfalls.

Personal finance expert Timothy Gagnon shares tips and advice for managing tax-deductible personal time during business travel.

Assistant Professor Daniele Mathras discusses four key dimensions that affect consumer psychology and behavior in relation to their religious affiliation.

Associate Professor Bruce Clark discusses the future of Volkswagen after the announcement of a civil settlement in response to their emissions deception.

Professor Timothy Hoff discusses the increasingly important role of medical assistants and why we should pay more attention to how they impact the healthcare industry.

Associate Professor Samina Karim talks about the trend of company splits and lessons learned from these strategic business decisions.

Distinguished Professor Ravi Ramamurti answers questions on the role of emerging markets in the global economy.

Executive Professor of Management Barbara Larson shares ways to improve remote working conditions.

In the following passage from Supply Chain Management Review, Robert Lieb contemplates the future of the supply chain from his backyard in Massachusetts.