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Michael J. Coles College of Business Launches Business Hall of Fame
Michael J. Coles College of Business earns international accreditation held by only five percent of B-Schools
First Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) offered through Coles College
Ben Scafidi, a nationally recognized economist and expert on the economics of education, has joined the Michael J. Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University. He will serve as professor of economics and launch the university's new Education Economics Center.
The Michael J. Coles College of Business has received the Academic Leadership for Entrepreneurs award from The Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs, the nation's largest education, commerce and media organization for entrepreneurs.
Students like Joellen Espenship say college is more than just graduating and finding a job. This sophomore finance major is already identifying her personal strengths and exploring career options long before graduation day.
Calling all shoppers! Retailers are adding a few new spins to the traditional ways we shop this holiday season. But these new changes will be good for both consumer and retailer alike, says Kennesaw State's Randy Stuart.
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Cobb County officials are curious about a particular stadium construction contract, a leading economist breaks down the local impact of global economic issues, and companies post second quarter earnings.
The loss of his father would drive William Pate to work toward a higher goal in life. Watch to see how that sense of purpose fueled him to explore career paths that would eventually land him as head of the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Metro Atlanta's largest privately owned company, Cox Enterprises Inc., generated almost $16 billion in revenue last year. Watch to discover what others companies made the list. And Patrick Crosby ranks local nonprofits generating serious dollars.
Learn the economics of a Series A Term Sheet, find out how to effectively manage volunteers, and get the latest trends in manufacturing. Watch to find out more details on these business edifying events.
Atlanta city officials and Delta airlines make plans for airport expansion, King and Spalding spurn claims of cover-up and flagship Whole Foods store is set for Midtown.
In 2005, twin sisters Chanda Bell and Christa Pitts stepped out of their comfort zone and into the business of books and toys. They took a family tradition and grew it into multimillion dollar enterprise known as The Elf on the Shelf.
These mammoth companies are making some mega-cash. Patrick Crosby pulls the data on Georgia's top public companies and tosses in the state's largest resorts for good measure.
Downtown Atlanta Restaurant week is underway and an upcoming event offers manufacturing professionals the opportunity to learn about the latest trends in their industry.