New estimates from the US Census Bureau show Tennessee remained the nation’s 16th most populous state for the third year in a row in 2018.
UT’s Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research released their 2019 economic report to the Governor of the State of Tennessee, which includes a special section examining federal tax cuts and tariffs.
Three businesses owned by students at UT were awarded a total of $25,000 in the fall 2018 Boyd Venture Challenge.
The Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station communities showed the highest growth in the state, according to five-year estimates released by the US Census Bureau.
A smart lock with increased security technology won the top prize at this semester’s Vol Court Pitch Competition.
Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers Kevin A. Hassett will speak at the Knoxville Economics Forum in downtown Knoxville later this month, organized by the Department of Economics.
In its latest white paper, the Global Supply Chain Institute suggests solutions may be found in redefining the concept of supply chain integration.
A new report released by the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research shows Tennessee’s overall uninsured rate is now at 6.7 percent, an increase from 6.1 percent in 2017.
A new policy brief from the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy offers insight into the changes facing the electricity industry and five recommendations how the Tennessee Valley Authority can position itself for the future.
Chef Greg Eisele, director of UT’s Culinary and Catering Program, and the Smoky Mountain Chapter of the American Culinary Federation are launching a temporary kitchen staffing service, the Fundamental Cooks Program.
Student-owned start-up businesses seeking funding can now apply to the Boyd Venture Challenge, a seed-fund grant competition which awards students up to $20,000 in startup capital.
A recently published study by James Chyz, associate professor of accounting in the Haslam College of Business, shows that the likelihood of a CEO being fired increases if their firm pays considerably more or less in taxes than similar corporations.