Stock prices can be predicted using the 52-week high in a way that suggests investors react irrationally to news. This affects a company’s cost of capital in ways that traditional models fail to capture.
As organizations try to be more agile, reducing formal hierarchies and bureaucratic structures in order to react more quickly to the changing business environment, they are increasing their focus on unleashing the potential of collaborative work relationships.
Six new faculty members have joined Bauer College for the Fall 2017 semester, bringing expertise in areas ranging from corporate finance to supply chain analytics.
The Houston Chronicle recently spent time with Saleha Khumawala for a story about empowering underserved entrepreneurs in the Houston community.
As part of a study conducted on increasing optimism, Marketing & Entrepreneurship Assistant Professor Melanie Rudd, along with co-authors, found that language makes a difference in how optimistic we are.
An alumna from the C. T. Bauer College of Business recently published a book about work-life balance, inspired by her personal experience working overtime.