Entrepreneurship students from the C. T. Bauer College of Business will face off next week during Wolffest, a three-day business competition that allows students to apply the startup skills they’ve learned in the classroom.
When consumers bestow a nickname on a popular brand, it can seem like a gift from benevolent marketing gods.
As business leaders grapple with how to attract, motivate and best utilize employees of varying generations who’ve grown up with distinctly different influences, most are looking for guidance.
No more little feet running down the aisles of cavernous stores filled with toys of all kinds. No more cartoon giraffe signage decorating shopping center parking lots throughout the U.S.
Eddie Martinez, a Bauer College of Business finance senior, has earned $10,000 from the CFP® Board Center for Financial Planning’s Deena Jo Heide-Diesslin Foundation Scholarship, which supports students in underrepresented populations who are pursuing a career in financial planning.
Dan Ramey recently received the first Educator of the Year award from the Greater Houston Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.