On June 13, GVLIC winner Innoblative Designs and a group from the McCombs School of Business rang the Nasdaq closing bell.
For more than two decades, the Business Foundations Program has been providing students from across the 40 Acres with an education in the fundamentals of business.
Meet Stampede, a supercomputer that's helping McCombs researchers detect deadly headaches, reduce wait times at doctors' offices, understand investor behavior, and anticipate shoppers' needs at the grocery store.
Financial analysts walk a fine line in serving their clients, maintaining relationships with corporate managers, and staying within the bounds of the law. A recent study reveals some subtle factors that can influence their market forecasts.
Approximately 1,100 McCombs School of Business students are ready for life beyond the 40 Acres. To celebrate, we hosted five commencement ceremonies over the course of two days. If you weren't able attend, here's what you missed, as captured on social media.
MBA students in Marketing Professor Raj Raghunathan's "Creativity and Leadership" class recently put their ability to spread happiness to the test, as part of a project that involved "altruistic pranks."
Herb Kelleher, former co-founder, chairman and CEO of Southwest Airlines, was the 2004 BBA Commencement speaker at McCombs. Ten years later, we revisit his entertaining and insightful remarks on leadership.
The RediGen startup team from Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University won the Wells Fargo Clean Energy track at the Global Venture Labs Investment Competition, for best clean energy solution.