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.
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.
Salin appointed director of Texas A&M master of agribusiness program, Chair of Intercollegiate Faculty of AgribusinessBy Blair Fannin • March 29th, 2013 • Category: Faculty
Dr. Victoria Salin has been appointed director of the Master of Agribusiness program in the department of agricultural economics at Texas A&M University and chair of the Intercollegiate Faculty of Agribusiness.
In a new book published by Texas A&M University Press, Real Estate Center research economist Charles Gilliland demonstrates that buyers of all types—whether a farmer, rancher, sportsman, or nature enthusiast—can and should arm themselves with knowledge about the land-buying process, potential problems involved, and the resources available to ensure a successful outcome.
Michael Hitt, a University Distinguished Professor in Management, was ranked the most influential scholar in his field in an article, “Scholarly Impact Revisited”, in the journal Academy of Management Perspectives. The article, published in May 2012, quantified and ranked the scholarly influence of management professors on audiences inside and outside their fields.
Michael Hitt makes doing the right things look easy, and when he is mentoring others, he makes them feel as if the right decisions were theirs all along – even if he quietly helped nudge them in that direction.
The Kerry Cooper Endowment will honor Dr. S. Kerry Cooper, the longtime former executive director of the Center for International Business Studies (CIBS) at Mays Business School. CIBS Executive Director Julian Gaspar led the effort to create the endowment at the time of Cooper’s retirement in 2011.
“Healthcare in America is sick,” says Mays Distinguished Professor of Marketing Leonard Berry. “It costs too much, wastes too much, errs too much, and discriminates too much.”
Venkatesh Shankar, a professor of marketing and holder of the Coleman Chair in Marketing, has been selected as the recipient of the 2012 American Marketing Association Mahajan Award for Lifetime Contributions to Marketing Strategy Research.
Ryan D. Zimmerman, an assistant professor of management and director of the Master of Science in Human Resource Management program, was one of 20 Texas educators recognized by the annual Dean’s Roundtable.