McCombs In The Media
Cutting-edge technology supported by UT's IC2 Institute gets high-profile recognition from U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during her recent visit to India.
After a 2011 MS diagnosis, Dallas Griffin, BBA '07, MBA '09, rode this year for the first time from Houston to Austin in the BP MS 150 fundraiser.
Have you ever paid more for a product because of an extra feature, like faster processing speed, or its ability to perform certain functions that similar products do not? It’s possible that consumers pay higher prices for these products because they cost more to produce. But sometimes that is not always the case.
Melissa Graebner, Associate Professor of Management and Associate Director at the Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship, shared with Austin Woman online a few critical questions you should ask yourself to determine if entrepreneurship is right for you.
Despite the high cost, outside expertise could be critical for American Airlines to avoid even costlier mistakes during their corporate restructuring, says Finance Professor Ramesh Rao.
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.