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Keith Farner

Keith Farner
Keith Farner has worked for daily newspapers and web sites in Georgia and South Carolina since 2005. A native of Louisville, Ky., he is a graduate of Western Kentucky University. While in college, he was an intern for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The (Clarksville, Tenn.) Leaf-Chronicle and the Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader.

Problem Solving and Change Management Skills Guide MBA Alumnus through Client...

As Joe Adamski 09MBA wrapped up his career with the U.S. Air Force, he was looking for a new path, a new area to...

The Roberto C. Goizueta Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Launches to...

Roberto C. Goizueta Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation Launches to Global Community
New center offers multi-disciplinary and cross-vertical experiences to develop the entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, investors, and innovators of tomorrow. The future of work, from corporate America to...

Ben Sigel 20BBA links food with those in need

Ben Sigel 20BBA shares the bounty of local farms with those in need through his entrepreneurial venture Central MA Food Rescue.
Having extra time on your hands during a pandemic can take on many outcomes. For Ben Sigel 20BBA, it was a catalyst to achieve a life...

Technology plays major role in firms pitching to investors at RAISE...

As businesses around the Southeast continue to grow and evolve to meet the changing economic landscape, they’ve come to know a unique opportunity to fuel their companies....

HackATL returns to Goizueta Business School campus

There was no shortage of energy during the seventh annual “HackATL” event on campus. The simple goal amid the decorations and paper airplanes around Patterson Green was clear, yet daunting: Build a business in 24 hours.

Panel discusses future of automotive technology, safety

It may be a generation away, but there will be a day in our society when it’s a surprise that a human driver has arrived your door step. The lifestyle and cultural shift would move at a pace where leaving for work or meeting friends at a restaurant will be done almost exclusively with an autonomous vehicle.

How AI could digitize human expertise

Gut instincts and judgment calls are among the most valuable pieces of knowledge. Typically, that is developed over years, or decades, of work in a focused area, such as education, healthcare, law enforcement or finance.

Gurbani Singh 18BBA to use business skills to help others

Gurbani Singh doesn’t hesitate to point to her main mentor in business. Her father, a native of New Delhi, India, moved to the U.S. in 1990, earned an MBA from University of Texas-Austin, and has made a 25-year career working for FedEx in Memphis, Tennessee, where she grew up.

FERC’s Cheryl LaFleur talks energy policy during visit with students

The members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission are not exactly household names. They also don’t come with many shared experiences as, say, The Beatles. As Cheryl LaFleur said during a recent visit to the Goizueta Business School, FERC is more like The Monkees or the Spice Girls.

Privacy, security and public policy key topics during inaugural Robson Conference

As Frank Blake progressed into the highest levels of leadership in business, he acquired several key pieces of advice along the way.

Goizueta faculty weigh in on changing retail industry, Amazon Go

A groundbreaking new convenience store concept recently launched by Amazon is set to test the trajectory of how technology will be integrated in the retail industry going forward.

Goizueta launches Entrepreneurs-in-Residence program

A mechanism to connect people who have deep experience and insights into entrepreneurship has arrived at the Goizueta Business School, another resource for students looking to start companies.



Preparing the Workers of the Future

Goizueta Business School is Preparing the Workers of the Future
The future of work. What does it mean? For some, thoughts of artificial intelligence, doom and gloom, or robots taking over the world might come...