People in business often use sports metaphors to talk about performance. You can “run” a business, “cycle” through a downturn or “swim” against the current.
After 15 years running a golf course with a business-to-business model, B.J. and Harry Yewens planted seeds for new careers
For Eli Jones, selling isn’t about “closing the deal.” It’s about building relationships with the customer.
HOUSTON, TX, July 3, 2007 – Two faculty members from the C. T. Bauer College of Business – Professor Everette Gardner and Assistant Professor Leiser Silva – have received professional recognition for their work in the field of Decision and Information Sciences (DISC).
Professor Everette Gardner, who has a Ph.D. in Operations Management and is a Vietnam veteran with 20 years in the Navy, has just been named a Fellow of the International Institute of Forecasters. Professor
The International Association for Accounting Education and Research (IAAER), in collaboration with KPMG, has awarded $25,000 to C. T. Bauer College of Business Accounting Professor Kaye Newberry and her research team, the only U.S. team to receive this prestigious grant.
Many consumers shopping for orange juice have noticed two changes this year – sharply higher prices and an array of new products.