Artificial intelligence, machine learning algorithms, natural language processing, the industrial internet of things and crime-fighting robots all converged at Goizueta’s second annual Business Analytics Conference and student showcase on May… Read more »
The bi-annual RAISE Forum aims to close the Southeast’s funding gap by funding local startups at levels above $1 million, with the goal of keeping early-stage companies in the Southeast.
Associate Professor of Marketing Ryan Hamilton spoke with Wharton’s Barbara Kahn about the rapid growth of Amazon—the online, retail giant.
Lieutenant General (LTG) Nadja West is the first black, female Major General in Army Medicine, the first black Army Surgeon General and the highest-ranking woman to graduate from West Point.
During this month’s commencement, professor and world-renowned expert Jag Sheth became the first Goizueta Business School faculty member to earn one of Emory University’s highest honors.
The first annual Executive Women Conference, hosted by the student-run Goizueta Women in Finance, took place on April 12. Speakers included Kim Scardino, SVP of Finance at The Home Depot, Robin Moore 87BBA, VP of Integrated Services at the Coca-Cola Company, and Allison Dukes 06EMBA, CFO of SunTrust.
Ram Chellappa told FOX5 on Thursday the Microsoft breach didn’t affect “work” accounts, but personal accounts are at play.
Professor Dan McCarthy suggests the big drop in Wayfair’s stock is no surprise given how much the company—and others like it—must spend to keep subscribers.
The fifth annual Emory Entrepreneurship Summit, which took place April 4-5, gave student attendees the opportunity to be immersed in the ecosystem. During the Summit, participants had the chance to network, hear from successful entrepreneurial alumni, learn from micro-entrepreneurs and present their own ideas in the “Pitch the Summit” competition.
This year doesn’t just mark Goizueta’s centennial — it’s also the fifth anniversary of the Emory Entrepreneurship Summit. The keynote brought together two extremely successful Emory alumni: David Politis 04C, founder and CEO of BetterCloud, and William Hockey 12BBA, co-founder and CTO of Plaid.