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New research method evaluates financial health of companies

Breakthrough research headed by a team of marketing professors, including Goizueta's Assistant Professor of Marketing Daniel McCarthy, reveals how investors can better predict a company's worth.

WSJ: The Price Women Leaders Pay for Assertiveness

Associate Professor of Organization and Management Melissa Williams notes nonverbal behaviors can paint a different picture of leadership, particularly for women in management positions.

WSJ: More potential grad students drawn to the #MBA

The number of applicants seeking admission to M.B.A. programs grew at 57% of schools world-wide offering full-time, two-year programs, according to the latest data from the Graduate Management Admission Council...

WSJ: Roberts, SE@G creating payment benchmarks

Professor Peter Roberts provides info to the WSJ in regards to speciality coffee and fair wages for the industry's farmers.

WSJ: Goizueta develops index for coffee trade transparency

Goizueta's Peter Roberts and the Social Enterprise team have developed an "index that tracks 60 'blue chip' coffee brands in an attempt to bring transparency to growers and buyers

James: More can be done to engage women in business schools

Public attention and research depicting the experiences of women in business schools and corporate America is tiresome. Almost every day I read a story addressing gender...

Dealing with the one that makes the “trains run on time”

Adjunct professor Brandon Smith talks to the Wall Street Journal about managing change with those that love structure.

Biz Chron: #Atlanta FED nails economic forecast

Via Atlanta Business Chronicle:  While the U.S. economy's big slowdown in the first three months of the year caught many Wall Street forecasters off guard, the Federal...