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First Class of the Shareholder’s Society

The benefits are boundless. There’s the Terry Women’s Initiative, a program committed to the recruitment, retention and advancement of students through their college careers and beyond, and since its inception has helped hundreds of women achieve academic and career goals. Or the Entrepreneurship Program, giving students the...

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UGA honors companies that hired the most 2016 graduates

Shortly after graduating from the University of Georgia in May 2016 with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Jace Jordan landed his dream job. "Thanks to the strength of the career services at UGA," Jordan said, "I had the luxury of searching for more than just...

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Marketing professor talks small business credit cards

Credit cards can be crucial for a small business, but they need to be handled carefully. To help guide entrepreneurs toward profitable decisions, WalletHub turned to Julio Sevilla, an assistant professor of marketing in the Terry College. A sample from the full interview is reprinted below. How...

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Munneke receives career development award

Henry Munneke, associate dean for undergraduate programs in the Terry College of Business, has been awarded the inaugural Lee Anne Seawell Faculty Recognition Award, which recognizes faculty members who provide career development support for students. "As a university, we provide students with the foundation and knowledge...

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Great expectations force risky business acquisitions

A good reputation can be bad for business, according to new research from the University of Georgia. For highly regarded companies, public esteem comes with benefits such as hiring better talent and charging higher prices. But it also brings expectations that are nearly impossible to meet,...

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