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A collection of news articles around the world with references and mentions from our faculty, staff and students.
Robinson Part-Time MBA, Information Systems Programs Make Big Gains in U.S News Graduate Rankings
J. Mack Robinson College of Business | March 24, 2020
The part-time MBA at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business jumped to 28th overall (up 20 spots) and 16th among programs at public universities in rankings released March 17 by U.S. News & World Report.
Coronavirus has trucking experts on edge for 2020
Transport Dive | March 9, 2020
Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center says the Covid-19 has muddied the economic outlook for 2020.
Who Is A Tougher Act To Follow? Jack Welch Or Tom Brady?
Forbes.com | March 5, 2016
Nate Bennett, who writes about leadership strategy for the online component of the magazine, evaluates who is harder to replace: the storied GE chief or the quarterback who transformed the Patriots.
Georgia sees solid job growth, low unemployment in January
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | March 5, 2020
Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center discussed Georgia’s newly announced employment numbers for Jan. 2020.
Local Experts Discuss Dos And Don’ts Of Starting Your Own Business
WABE-FM | March 3, 2020
Jennifer Sherer of the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute participated in a discussion about starting and maintaining a business on Closer Look with Rose Scott.
Marketing Atlanta to the next generation the major theme of conference this week
WSB-TV | March 2, 2020
Executive in residence Ed Baker and M.S. in Marketing student and scholarship recipient Sydney Stroud were interviewed at Robinson’s Future of Marketing Conference.
Atlanta fast becoming a mecca for African Americans in tech
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Feb. 16, 2020
Likoebe Maruping of the Department of Computer Information Systems was among the Atlanta-based African Americans working in technology interviewed for this story.
New Georgia FinTech Academy director has ambitious goals for 2020
Atlanta Business Chronicle | Feb. 14, 2020
Dean Richard Phillips described the near-term and long-term impact of the Georgia FinTech Academy.
3 Ways to Retrain Your Mind to Get Out of Credit Card Debt
The New York Times | Feb.13, 2020
Research co-authored by Zhenling Jiang of the Department of Marketing found that demand for auto loans skyrocket after people receive a one-time bonus, and so do delinquencies.
PBMs: Power brokers in the prescription drug world
Georgia Health News | February 10, 2020
Bill Custer of the Institute of Health Administration described the growth in power and profitability of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs).
How local business are responding to the coronavirus outbreak
Atlanta BIZ | Feb. 10, 2020
Penny Prime of the Institute of International Business discussed the economic impact of Covid-19.
Trucking Watches China Trade Deal Progress
Transport Topics | Jan. 29, 2020
Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center discussed phase one of the U.S.-China trade deal.
What a DBA Degree Is and Why You Might Want One
U.S. News & World Report | Jan. 27, 2020
Louis Grabowski of the Doctor of Business Administration program explained how DBA and Ph.D. degrees differ and who they appeal to.
US-China trade pact President Trump just signed fails to resolve 3 fundamental issues
The Conversation | Jan. 16, 2020
Penny Prime of the Institute for International Business examined what remained to be clarified in the phase one trade deal between the U.S. and China.
Atlanta wine retailers concerned Trump-backed tariff could double price of European wines
11Alive News | Jan. 15, 2020
Mourad Dakhli of the Institute of International Business described how a potential 100 percent tariff on wine could affect Atlanta businesses and their supply chains.
Storing carbon and saving the economy? Mangroves can do both.
Grist | Dec. 25, 2019
Alejandro del Valle of the Department of Risk Management & Insurance spoke with Grist about his research regarding how mangrove habitats in Central American coastal areas can mitigate economic losses from hurricanes.
An executive MBA allows you to complete business school while working full time. Here are eight of the best programs out there.
Business Insider | Dec. 13, 2019
EMBA alumni Kelvin Coles (2017) and Kate Warner (2015) discuss why they chose the program and how they have benefited from it.
How Boeing could still win back our trust
CNN Business Perspectives | Dec. 4, 2019
In an opinion editorial, Ashley Fulmer of the Department of Managerial Sciences outlined the challenges faced by Boeing and actions the company could take to repair its reputation