McCombs In The Media
Austin-based Convio Inc., which provides software and services to help nonprofit organizations raise money, is taking another shot at a public stock offering.
McCombs finance professor Sheridan Titman kicked off his new Energy Insights blog with an insightful post about commodity futures.
Oil demand is sluggish. Oil producers have plenty of spare capacity. Yet prices are up, and the futures market is bullish on the long-term outlook for oil.
In 2001, Matt Chasen's mother wanted to send an antique dresser from Ohio to Texas, but was staggered when she received a $1,000 shipping quote -- far more than the dresser was worth. Unable to find a cheaper option, she never sent it.
From the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram By Gene Trainor When it comes to getting the best bang for your college buck, The University of Texas at Austin, Texas A&M University and the University of Texas at Dallas rank pretty high, according to Kiplinger, the personal finance and business publisher.
The New York Times, Dec. 11, 2009 Senior Lecturer Greg Hallman is quoted alongside several other professors in a New York Times article that details how the economic crisis has served as a learning tool for business professors across the nation.
As schools across the US start to build renewable energy programmes, hands-on experience is increasingly sought after.