McCombs in the Media
Retiring accounting professor Bob May tells AccountingWEB that the opportunity to give one last commencement speech before his retirement "gives me a chance to say one last thing to the students."
The Company Ethicist looks to Robert Prentice, a professor of business ethics at McCombs, to understand why doing the right thing can often be so difficult.
Michael Clement's recent research paints a picture of the work practices and priorities of supply-side financial analysts – and it's not a pretty one.
McCombs receives accolades for outreach and accessibility to underrepresented minorities at the MBA level; minority faculty numbers touted.
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.
Recent studies conducted by finance professor Ehud Ronn, suggest that it may not be long before the bond market changes and begins to appear far less friendly than it does today.
Accounting Professor Michael Clement suggests in an interview with MarketWatch that, unfortunately, the bad news for Apple is only likely to worsen.
What do eating dog food and raising money have in common? According to former McCombs undergrad and CEO of Rally.org, Tom Serres, both require the other to achieve a substantial goal, just as the one he set out for himself: raising $8 million in two weeks, the largest Series A round ever raised on the Internet.