In firms led by their founders, SEC filings tend to be overly optimistic tone.
Small failures in the pharmaceutical industry are a critical aspect of R&D and learning.
Luke Maye and C.J. Skender get Tar Heels on their feet for an 8 a.m. accounting during March Madness.
Hamrick (MBA/JD ’87) has a unique background in business, politics and law.
A respected scholar, teacher, mentor and consultant, Wagner achieved a rare level of success in his field.
Identifying personal goals can strengthen group performance.
Communities in eastern North Carolina are looking for innovative ways to revitalize their economies following devastation from Hurricane Matthew.
Jake Mendys (BSBA ’16) began his journey to change the world in Rwanda, taking small steps toward improving one life here, another family’s lives there.
Operations professors Seyed Emadi and Brad Staats developed a new model that provides a framework for managing a significant problem: employee turnover.
Research by finance professor Camelia Kuhnen shows how you think can make a big difference in your financial success.