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Gender issues in buyer-seller relationships: does gender matter in purchasing?

June 21, 2011


Findings of few differences, along with the mixed findings of Dion, Easterling and Javalgi (1997) and Moncrief and colleagues (2000), clearly suggest that gender may not be as significant an issue today as was previously thought. As Moncrief and colleagues point out, much of the research that found differences is now somewhat dated. Our findings […]

Wal-Mart, Sexual Discrimination and the Good Samaritans

August 9, 2010


At the beginning of May, we aired a segment titled “How To Get Fired: Help Someone In Need!” in which I interviewed the two young Sprint employees from Colorado who were fired for coming to the aid of an aging security guard who was attempting to apprehend a shoplifter. Known as the Good Samaritans, both […]