Starting with the question “Why?” can help individuals and companies sharpen their course. “What?” and “How?” are next. That is the path Don Knauss takes in leading The Clorox Company, where he has been chairman and chief executive officer since late 2006.
A new study of 365 sell-side financial analysts shows that private phone calls with managers remain an essential source of analysts’ earnings forecasts and stock recommendations – even in light of regulations limiting businesses’ selective disclosure of financial information.
Senior finance major and Corps of Cadets member Scott Lovett ’13 received the 2013 Kupfer Distinguished Scholar Award. The award, founded by Gerald Ray ’54 and Donald Zale ’55, was created to recognize students who show outstanding academic achievement and exemplary leadership skills in the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets. Ray and Zale established the award to honor their friend Harold L. Kupfer, who made lasting contributions to the Texas business community.
Henry Musoma, a lecturer in the Undergraduate Special Programs Office at Mays, almost didn’t attend the Regents’ Scholars spring banquet because it was his son’s 2nd birthday, but he went to support his students.
Frank Raymond has been a fan of Texas A&M University – and Mays Business School in particular – since Craig Brown ’75, his co-founder of Bray International, invited him several years ago to attend scholarship events Brown hosts. Brown has long been a supporter of Texas A&M and Mays, where he graduated and was named a Distinguished Alumnus in 2012.
Cancun, Cabo, Gulf Shores and Panama City Beach—these are some of the top Spring Break destinations for college students. However, for the third year in a row, I found my suitcase filled with heavy overcoats, sweaters, gloves, scarfs, long pants and dress shirts. I was once again headed to New York City with the Mays Business Fellows Program.
Association of Former Students awards three business school graduates 2013 Distinguished Alumnus AwardBy Mays Business Online • April 25th, 2013 • Category: Featured Stories, Former Students, Texas A&M
Three business school graduates were given the 2013 Distinguished Alumnus Award by Texas A&M and the Association of Former Students: Robert A. Epstein ’44, R.H. “Steve” Stevens, Jr. ’62 and Glenda C. Mariott ’79.
Rodney Faldyn ’88 says obsession drives the success of Academy Sports + Outdoors, which led to his recognition as the 2013 M.B. Zale Visionary Merchant Award. “We are obsessed with always getting better. We build a team, align our goals and let them execute them.”
More fans on a company’s Facebook page can help generate more income, indicates a research study conducted by four professors, including two from Mays Business School at Texas A&M University.
The Full-Time MBA program at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School continues to place well in the rankings, coming in at #14 among public universities (#35 overall), in this year’s U.S. News & World Report “Best Business Schools” ranking of graduate business schools. Last year, Mays tied for 12th among U.S. public schools (and tied [...]