A ranking of NBA fans released today by Michael Lewis, Professor of Marketing at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, puts Los Angeles Lakers fans at the top of the list for loyalty and engagement.
Sports have a way of challenging, uniting and enriching our lives. In this issue of Know Your Network, we celebrate sports and ask Emory alumni−those who participated in them and/or… Read more »
Connecting with Goizueta alumni at home and abroad In this, our Centennial year, we have had so many special occasions to re-connect with treasured alumni and celebrate as a community…. Read more »
Leading inventors, investors and entrepreneurs in the healthcare industry discussed innovation in healthcare on the RAISE Forum “Rise” Panel, an event that provides interested members of the public an opportunity to network and hear from industry experts ahead of the biannual RAISE Forum.
Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management Ruomeng Cui talks with INFORMS about what happened when Alibaba lost access to one of its shipping service for nearly 48 hours.
Assistant Professor of Marketing Dan McCarthy takes a look at the numbers and says it may not be a smooth ride for the Peloton exercise bike.
What if there was an app exclusively for food that combined the best features of Postmates and Instagram? What if you could tap on your friend’s photo and order that exact dish all in one app? Self-proclaimed foodie and entrepreneur Matthew Bouchner 20BBA has attempted to create just this app with MealMe.
The Full-Time MBA program moved to No. 22 in a biennial ranking announced today by Forbes. The ranking places an emphasis on career outcomes and returns on investment for a school’s graduates.
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A conversation with Goizueta Business School professor J. B. Kurish.