Fortune, Poets and Quants Ranks Goizueta MBA

Poets & Quants and Fortune Magazine released a ranking of the top 25 business school MBA programs Thursday with Goizueta placing 20th on the list. Click here for the top 100 MBA programs according to Poets & Quants and veteran business school reporter John Byrne. The results came from a composite rank of the five top rankings including BusinessWeek, Forbes, U.S. News...

Goizueta, Atlanta talk Sustainability

The City of Atlanta Division of Sustainability and Goizueta Business School MBA students met Monday at city hall to discuss key aspects of research projects that, in some way, may help Atlanta become a greener and more sustainable city. Students are part of the school's first graduate-level Corporate Social Responsibility directed study. Bill Hosken, Budget and Policy Manager for the division...

Goizueta in the News: Dec. 10, 2010

Notable comments from Goizueta staff, faculty and students will be shared each week along with news on alumni, programs and rankings. Click here to review previous media updates. You can also inform Goizueta Newsroom of media postings (email). AJC: Funds for Cobb water system diverted "Bond experts say most of the county’s actions ran afoul of bond restrictions that were agreed...

Sherrod Talks Diversity, Relationships

Crucial moments in America's Civil Rights Movement may be decades in the past, but racism and issues of diversity are very much current. To address and improve diversity management in the country and explore beneath controversial headlines, Goizueta Business School and Emory Law hosted a special conversation with Shirley Sherrod and Dr. R. Roosevelt Thomas Jr. Wednesday. The event was presented by...

Agreement Extended with European University

Emory University's Goizueta Business School recently extended its relationship with Johannes Kepler University, ensuring more students and faculty will have access to a truly global business education in the future. The agreement, which started as an informal exchange program in 1981, includes a summer internship program for MBA and BBA students. "I think it's very important to have an exchange of...

What The World Can Learn From Shirley Sherrod

Goizueta Business School and The American Institute for Managing Diversity (AIMD) will sponsor an event with Shirley Sherrod and Dr. R. Roosevelt Thomas Jr. at 7 p.m. Dec. 8 at Emory Law School's Tull Auditorium (map). Thomas, president of Roosevelt Thomas Consulting and Training, and Sherrod, the former USDA executive who was fired from her post when an edited video depicting...

Fighting Poverty Through Wine

With an estimated three quarters of its population living off less than $2 a day, Ethiopia is one of many African nations searching for different ways to jump start the economy. A team of graduate students from a university halfway around the globe may have one answer. In August, six MBA students from Emory's Goizueta Business School traveled to Ethiopia to...

Goizueta Launches Redesigned Website

Goizueta is adopting a new look and feel for its website, www.goizueta.emory.edu. With the launch comes a new navigation system, easier "sharing" of content on social networks and a renewed focus on sharing details on the school, events, faculty, students and more! Poke around the new site, and be sure to share it with others in the Goizueta community....

Stores Look for More Black Friday Traffic

It's more than leftover turkey and football. Commonly known as "Black Friday," retailers have long used the day after Thanksgiving as an excuse to open doors in the early hours of the morning, offer attractive discounts or otherwise draw customers with unique giveaways and promotions. But with each year sales tend to extend to the weeks before the fourth Friday in...