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The day before Pope Francis arrived in Cuba, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced changes in U.S. regulations regarding doing business in Cuba. Coincidence?
Leaders take on great risk in the day-to-day performance of their jobs because their success is so dependent on the efforts of their followers
By Nathan Bennett How quickly things can change. What was for years dubbed a “war for talent” fought between employers has now become a “war for jobs” fought by employees. As the recession has eased, as company prospects have improved, and …
Doug Reider found success after graduating from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, and is happy to share his success with current students.
The J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University will offer an online graduate degree in hospitality management beginning fall 2015.
On the third floor of a nondescript building next to the Atlanta Medical Center, Robinson College of Business students and alumni are building a marketing firm to cater to people like them – digital natives who grew up with the Internet.
As part of his doctoral dissertation, Sunder has developed a formula to measure the customer lifetime value (CLV) of carbonated beverage consumers.
Lisa Rolf never envisioned herself as an Executive MBA student. Once Rolf attended an information session for Robinson’s EMBA, she realized the program would enable her to support not just her team but the company as a whole.
Odds are that the person you’ve alienated will still be part of your field many years from now. And you’re in for a long career.
As a boy Luis Planas wanted to be a doctor. Find out how his life path led him to receive an MBA in Finance in 1977 from the Robinson College of Business with this week’s Robinson Reflection.