Highly educated immigrant entrepreneurs have a unique position to have more options about where to start a business.
A recent study involving faculty in the Haslam College of Business finds that cost avoidance is a human rational.
New research by Haslam College of Business faculty studies the ineffectiveness of a positive emotion to sales by livestreamers.
The economy is improving quickly across Tennessee, according to the most recent survey conducted by the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research.
A recent study involving UT faculty found that a salesperson’s demeanor can affect sale performance.
A multidisciplinary research team from UT partnered with Dave’s Killer Bread to investigated how messages about a fresh start might improve public attitudes toward individuals with a criminal background.
The employment rate of UT’s 2020 MBA graduates ranks higher than those of competing programs.
Four UT student-owned businesses were awarded $30,000 in seed funds through the spring 2021 Boyd Venture Challenge to elevate their ideas.
Laura Cole provides tips for young alumni to gain financial footing.
A new study by two professors in UT’s Haslam College of Business will help supply chain leaders determine if blockchain is right for them.
Open to UT students in any field of study, the Graves Business Plan Competition offers student entrepreneurs the opportunity to win start-up funds for original business ideas.
Rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership would benefit American agriculture, among other benefits.