Erika James, John H. Harland Dean of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, delivered her annual Town Hall address Wednesday afternoon to a capacity crowd of faculty, staff and students. James, who is entering her fourth academic year leading the school, took the opportunity to detail success stories from the past calendar year and inspire action as the school nears its centennial celebration.
Climate change. The UN international treaty on climate change dominated the headlines in 2017. President Trump caused consternation for some, celebration for others, when in May he pledged to withdraw… Read more »
Business plays a vital role in solving society’s problems. This has been true for generations — from early instances of trade to today’s complex and connected international economies.
The fire that burned under a bridge on I-85 North Thursday evening did more than cause a collapse of the roadway and potentially months of traffic woes. It added a… Read more »
Research from Assistant Professor Emily Bianchi suggests those with higher incomes may be more likely to live more isolated lives. In her TedExPeachtree Talk, she also paints a picture of… Read more »
Associate Professor of Marketing Mike Lewis says big games — and big wins — can lift a team’s brand recognition and fan equity.
Associate Professor in the Practice of Finance Tom Smith says Atlanta companies may feel some strain from the Trump Administration’s immigration ban, primarily associated with the movement of workers around the world.
Georgia has deep ties to China. As a new Presidential Administration gets started, thoughts of a trade war sit on the horizon. Associate Professor Jeff Rosensweig talks about it with WABE.
As the finishing touches are put in place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the Falcons move ahead in the playoffs at the Georgia Dome. Goizueta’s Tom Smith said that success could help new-stadium revenue.
Donald Trump will be sworn in as the next President of the United States on Jan. 20. Associate Professor of Marketing David Schweidel says that act alone won’t change Trump’s use of Twitter.