In early May, Lynne Segall 99MBA, associate dean of management practice initiatives and lecturer in organization & management, orchestrated the first Goizueta Client Day, hosting more than 200 business executives… Read more »
At some point, many entrepreneurs or small-business owners face a choice to either stay the course or sell their business, in whole or in part. In this feature, alumni and faculty share their insights on the decision-making process and the many factors that influence it from a seller’s point of view.
Speaking earlier this week on WABE’s “A Closer Look,” Goizueta associate professor of finance Clifton Green cautioned listeners not to expect long-term economic problems thanks to China’s stock market tumbles. But… Read more »
Wall Street investors experienced a rude wake-up call Monday morning, rising to find the Dow Jones industrial average plummeting nearly 1,000 points at the opening bell. The market closed Monday down 588.47 points,… Read more »
Via Businessweek: High-frequency traders treat the latest economic reports like predators stalking their prey, pouncing in tiny fractions of a second to buy or sell according to whether it was… Read more »
Proponents of virtual currency call it forward-thinking, and businesses who accept it leading the next generation of technology and money. Critics have decried it as unstable. Federal regulators have also… Read more »
As is the case in most other industries, digital processes have replaced human ones when it comes to trading equities. That means that a stock exchange could be anywhere and… Read more »
The Goizueta Foundation has launched a year-long celebration of the PhD program’s tenth anniversary. The opening event, “A Decade of Doctoral Education,” brought together program alumni, faculty, school officials, current… Read more »