Bill Fox, director of the UT Center for Business and Economic Research, spoke with CardHub about sales tax holidays in states and whether they’re effective. Fox noted that the holidays tend to be more beneficial to businesses than to consumers. Businesses often see more traffic in their stores and may even raise their prices a
UT’s Ready for the World Cafe continues its culinary journey with a taste of Italy on Thursday, October 10. The lunch consists of bruschetta, porcini mushroom polenta cake, pork osso bucco, and panna cotta. Cost is $12 and the faculty-staff discount does not apply. Advance tickets are required.
The College of Engineering’s celebration of its new John D. Tickle Engineering Building and plans for another new building received ample media coverage. The News Sentinel reports that the college, which has grown its undergraduate enrollment 40 percent in six years, has collected $10 million in private donation pledges for a new building to host
How cool would it be for food to taste exactly how you want it to? Andrew Foust, alumnus of the College of Communication and Information and digital business director at McCormick Spices, has the big idea of creating a mechanism to personalize spices.