|Dr. Sherilyn Emberton|
HUNTINGTON, Ind.— Huntington University’s Visiting Executive Seminar
brings together business leaders and HU business students to discuss
important issues in today’s business world. On Oct. 25, the seminar will
examine “America’s Economic Future.” The seminar will take place from
8:30 a.m. to noon in the Habecker Dining Commons on campus with no cost
for lunch or breakfast. Lunch will be offered at noon.
seminar is led by Jim O’Donnell, Executive-in-Residence, emeritus
standing, President Sherilyn Emberton and Troy Irick, assistant
professor of business.
seminar will review two contrasting articles. The first is by Doug
Short, a retired college professor who not only manages money but
publishes widely on economics and finance. His Sept. 2 piece explains
that America’s economic greatness is cresting and beginning a long, slow
decline largely because of demographics — specifically, the growing
ratio of retirees to working people, O’Donnell explains. In the second
piece by Chris Puplava, a West Coast portfolio manager he argues against
Short’s theory by citing different demographics, along with the fact
that stocks, not bonds, are now attracting investor interest.
are invited to stay for a fellowship time over lunch following the
program. Attendance is free and open to the public, but reservations are
required by Oct. 18. RSVP to Linda Schmitz at 260-359-4042 or firstname.lastname@example.org.