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Marshall in the Media

10/20/14 USA Today

USA Today quoted David Carter about Major League Baseball putting team logos on skis and snowboards.

10/20/14 Fortune

Fortune featured research by Kenneth Ahern on the profitability of insider trading. Ahern's study found that the median investor bets $200,000 on illegal tips, reaping $72,000 on the trade a gain of 35 percent. The average insider investment reaps an average gain of 101% in nine days. Ahern also profiled inside traders, finding they are on average a 43-year-old man who is "among the wealthiest in the nation."

10/18/14 The Philadelphia Inquirer

The Philadelphia Inquirer quoted David Carter of on how Chip Kelly takes a 360-degree approach to team culture and the business of the NFL team itself.

10/18/14 Reuters

Reuters quoted David Carter about a flattening of television deals between the NBA and sports cable networks.

10/17/14 The New York Times

The New York Times quoted Gerald Ledford about the generous perks of Silicon Valley being "golden handcuffs."

10/16/14 Business Insider

Business Insider ran a column by Ira Kalb about getting buyers to break their brand habits in order to buy your brand.

10/16/14 San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle quoted Patrick Henry of about venture firms funding startups at earlier stages than before.

10/16/14 San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle quoted Patrick Henry of about venture firms funding startups at earlier stages than before.

10/16/14 Harvard Business Review

Harvard Business Review cited Nate Fast finding that when managers act out against employees, it's often because their ego is threatened.