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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.

New research method evaluates financial health of companies

Breakthrough research headed by a team of marketing professors, including Goizueta's Assistant Professor of Marketing Daniel McCarthy, reveals how investors can better predict a company's worth.

Goizueta professors weigh in on second Amazon headquarters

On the surface, and according to most news reports about the pending move, the city that lands Amazon’s second headquarters will be universally trumpeted...

Goizueta professors predict long recovery from Equifax breach

While the initial shock of a tremendously personal data breach of Equifax has subsided, two Goizueta Business School professors have said the fallout could go on for years, or even a decade.

Busse: Stock market shows little reaction to geo-political events

In previous eras, the stock market may have reacted differently to a seemingly endless drumbeat of geopolitical headlines sure to rattle it. These days, the reaction is little more than a yawn, or momentary dip only to rebound within days, said Jeffrey Busse, an associate professor of finance at the Goizueta Business School.

Rhode a leader in the classroom, locker room and community

A member of Emory's varsity cross country and track and field teams, Casey Rhode 17BBA served as CEO of the Emory Impact Investing Group, a student organization that provides loans to entrepreneurs in economically disadvantaged areas.

Students gain real estate investment experience

A student-run real estate private equity fund four years in the making has not only gone beyond the textbook, it’s exceeded expectations.

Olympic venues around Atlanta continue to thrive

Centennial Olympic Park
Leaving even a short-term positive legacy has proven difficult in recent decades for several Olympic venues around the world. But two decades removed from...

Student predicts NFL signing bonus money based on performance

The same variables used by the Cleveland Browns to pay Robert Griffin III a signing bonus of $3.5 million were also analyzed by an Emory...

Atlanta entrepreneurs seek boost with Emory’s RAISE Forum

Venture capitalists are scattered around the country, from New York and Boston and Minneapolis and Chicago, but not many call Atlanta home. That’s why the Goizueta Business School launched a semi-annual event called the RAISE Forum.

Graduates earn high marks in strategic thinking, collaboration

Developing leaders who have skills to analyze, think strategically and work collaboratively continues to be a strength for the Goizueta Business School, a recent...

Opinion on economy depends on stats you choose

"If you've decided the economy is terrible, the same statistics you used 20 or 30 years ago to measure success don't matter,” Tom Smith said “Or, if the current stats are better than those 20 or 30 years ago, you'll find other numbers to support your case."

Corporate growth, relocation creates learning opportunities

Considering it a responsibility to be engaged with organizations around Atlanta and across Georgia, Goizueta Business School looks to match business growth by simultaneously...



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...