Robert Duvic shared his thoughts on how seriously we should take The Bureau of Economic Analysis' recent announcement of a drop in income and a rise in cost of living.
Troubling financial predictions, surprising angel investing statistics, and advice on how not to become the next Lance Armstrong were just a few of the topics presented at this year's Alumni Business Conference.
Dean Gilligan and a panel of business experts presented their expert opinions about the economic outlook for 2013. The prediction? Strong headwinds ahead.
Finance senior lecturer Leeds tells the Houston Chronicle why it's fiscal policy, not monetary policy, that's killing us.
Some economists may be predicting accelerated growth over the coming years, but “you shouldn’t believe that at all,” according to Tom Gilligan, dean of the McCombs School of Business, who was among the experts at the Texas Enterprise Speaker Series talk titled, "The Economy in 2013--Now What?”
Timothy Massad, who runs the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), spoke to students about how the U.S. government's strategies may have saved the economy.
More than 200 alumni attended and tweeted words of wisdom from the 7th Annual Alumni Business Conference. See what else they had to say.
Professor of Finance Lewis Spellman explained how massive government deficits trigger shockwaves that can be felt across the globe in a webinar on Jan. 10, 2012, titled, “Is a Sovereign Default an Earth-Shaking Experience?”
Rick Perry has made energy and jobs central elements of his presidential campaign. Assoicate Professor David Spence spoke to KUT News about the relationship among the oil and gas industry, the Texas economy and Perry.