Goizueta in the News: July 28, 2011

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Georgia Public Broadcasting: Coca-Cola Reports Strong 2Q
“Doug Bowman, business marketing professor with Emory University, says most encouraging for Coca-Cola are its strong sales around the world, which are up 6 percent…”

Examiner.com: Pachulia heads to the classroom and to Europe
“[Zaza] Pachulia has recently been enrolled at Emory University, engaged in classes at the Goizueta Business School as part of their Managerial Leadership program.”

Business Times: Think of investing in India and China, Malaysian firms told
“Dr Jagdish Sheth, professor of marketing at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, said sectors such as education, banking, infrastructure, retail and resources are currently booming…”

Automation World: How to Keep your CEO Lean Focused
“A few automation vendors have already done some of the conversion work. Invensys, for example, has developed what it calls Dynamic Performance Measures, a patented approach for extracting business measures from real-time sensor data. It has been in advanced collaboration with Robin Cooper from the Goizueta Business School of Emory University.”

The Star: Local firms advised to reposition
“Professor Dr. Jagdish Sheth, the Charles H. Kellstadt professor of marketing at the Goizueta Business School of Emory University in the U.S. said the fundamental repositioning of Malaysia, Inc. lied in the shift from diversified domestic businesses to focused multinational businesses with a regional mindset.”

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Plan calls for buyers to put 20% down
“‘If we had kept 20 or even 10 percent down as a standard, I don’t think any of this would have happened in the market,’ said Jim Grissett, adjunct real estate professor at Emory University and investment advisor with The Parthenon Group.”

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: NFL’s labor strife ends; all sides appear satisfied
“‘The NFL people started looking at the big picture and saying, ‘If we can’t come up with some solution, we’re going to lose the season and we might not have fans again for four or five years. We can afford to give up money right now, but can we afford to give up money three or four years down the road if fans don’t come back?’ said Thomas More Smith, an assistant finance professor at Emory University’s Goizueta School of Business. ‘My answer was, no, they couldn’t.'”

insurancenewsnet.com: CUSO Financial Services, L.P. and Sorrento Pacific Financial, LLC Host Annual Conference for Investment Advisors and Programs
“Tuesday’s keynote speaker is Dr. Jeffrey Rosensweig, director of the Global Perspectives Program at Goizueta Business School of Emory University. An international business and finance professor, Rosensweig focuses his research, teaching and consulting on global investing and business in the global economy.”

WXIA-TV: NFL Lockout (link unavailable)
Tom Smith, assistant professor in the practice of finance at Emory’s Goizueta Business School, talked about the end of the NFL lockout and the new collective bargaining agreement.

PR-USA.net: Christi Korzekwa Joins The Leadership Team As Director Of Account Services At Blue Sky Agency
“In addition, Korzekwa completed The Home Depot advanced leadership program at the Goizueta School of Business – Emory University. She also served on the Atlanta Sports Council to represent The Home Depot.”

Yahoo! Finance: Exclusive Interview With Mr. Michael Cherny
“Michael Cherny, Vice President, is a Research Analyst on the health care services and technology team at Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. Mr. Cherny joined the bank in 2006 and is responsible for six companies within the health care services and technology universe. Mr. Cherny graduated from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.”

The Korea Times: Undergraduate vs. MBA
“According to the undergraduate students at prestigious U.S. business programs such as NYU Stern, Emory Goizueta and UPenn Wharton, the programs’ emphasis on liberal arts and the option of dual degree allow them to get a quality undergraduate education along with business education.”

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