McCombs In The Media
John Doggett, senior lecturer in the McCombs Department of Management, recently spoke with CNN about US-Chinese business relations in the context of Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping's visit to the U.S. Doggett also spoke at an agricultural conference in Nebraska on China's worldwide farmland acquisitions.
Greg Hallman told Marketplace the new foreclosure settlement is needed to get the housing market moving again, but it will result in more pain for many homeowners.
Sheril Kirshenbaum is the new director of UT's Project on Energy Communication. Check out what Scientific American had to say about her new position.
A group of startups are finishing their time at the Austin Technology Incubator. The Austin American-Statesman looks at how the program helps fledgling companies and others in Austin.
While contagion creates problems for international financial markets, Europe's economic cirsis helped McCombs statistics professor James Scott create new predictive tools.
Ingrid Vanderveldt, MBA '96, aims to help the company connect with medium and small businesses. Check out her video interview with MSTC Director Gary Cadenhead, on technology and entrepreneurship.
Experts say that when faced with a tough job market MBAs need to have key skills that go beyond the degree. Associate Dean Eric Hirst told the Huffington Post that character and creativity are vital traits for success.