Professor of Marketing Doug Bowman sits down with Business Librarian Ann Cullen to discuss his insights on the complexity of marketing decisions and how shifting the research focus from “asking” to “observing” can lead to better insights on consumer behavior.
Associate Professor of Marketing Ryan Hamilton recently spoke with The Washington Post about the opening of the Amazon Go store in Seattle and what it could mean for the industry.
Social Enterprise’s Peter Roberts and Deonta Wortham share a new piece on how very small businesses help US communities prosper in big way in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
The idea for Bioscape Digital was born when Founder and CEO Stuart Bracken 07MBA realized, about three days after the birth of his daughter, how little he knew about babies.
Assistant Professor of Information Systems & Operations Management Ruomeng Cui helps answer three questions when it comes to shopping on Super Saturday.
Among other recent graduates, Emory’s Casey Rhode 17BBA explains what his business degree means to him.
Poets & Quants names Assistant Professor in the Practice of Finance Thomas Smith to 2017 Top 40 Undergraduate Business Professors list.
Purchasing Power Chief Operating Officer Elizabeth Halkos 01MBA has been named a Silver Award Winner in the “Female Executive of the Year, Business Services: 11 to 2,500 Employees – Business Services” category in the 14th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business.
Business school news site Poets&Quants released its annual composite ranking of top U.S. MBA programs Monday and Goizueta’s full-time program remains ranked among the best in the country. Emory University’s Goizueta Business School is No. 20 on the list.
Goizueta is again a leader among job placements three-months post-graduation, with 94 percent of graduates landing offers. “It’s definitely a strong market,” said Maureen Manion-Leone, interim director of the Career Management Center. “We have more employers who come to visit than we have students.”