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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: 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
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EMBA graduate takes over at luxury hotel

Ronen Nissenbaum, an graduate of Goizueta's EMBA program, has taken over as general manager at the world-famous Waldorf Astoria in New York. As reported by The...

WSJ: Where to take advantage of alternative investments?

Goizueta professor Klaas Baks writes for The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) saying it's time for some alternative investments to go main stream.  About the Professor  Klaas joined...

Goizueta Professor in the News

Goizueta Marketing Professor Ryan Hamilton has recently been featured in a My Fox Atlanta news story for his latest study, “Can budgeting make you...

WSJ: Meet the Meeting Killers

VIA THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: "Naysayers are the ones who 'whatever you bring up, it will never work,' says Dana Brownlee, founder...

WSJ: Venture Capital Dispatch

VIA THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: "ClearPath, which recently raised $2.1 million led by ff Venture Capital, was founded in 2008 by the former deputy...

Silbert Featured in The Wall Street Journal

EDITOR'S NOTE: Goizueta alum and founder/CEO of SecondMarket Barry Silbert was recently featured in a weekend edition of The Wall Street Journal. Silbert discussed...

Goizueta in the News: Nov. 3, 2011

Notable comments from Goizueta staff, faculty and students will be shared each week along with news on alumni, programs and rankings. Click here to...

WSJ: When ‘Focused’ Funds Falter

Investors have kept a close eye on returns during these stormy economic times. Underperforming funds aren't rare, but tumbling returns on "focused" funds can be more...