Fewer Traingle Entrepreurs Plan to Boost Hiring, Capital Spending
Entrepreneurs are slightly less enthusiastic about the state of business heading into the third quarter of 2017, according to the latest Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs.
Key Takeaways: Poole College’s Executive Leadership Series Presenters
The NC State Poole College of Management has lined up two speakers for this fall’s Executive Leadership Series: George Kurian, chief executive officer of NetApp, and Matt Hong, an NC State Poole College alumnus (’94) and chief operating officer of […]
Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs (QuOTE) shows anticipated consistency from Q2 2017 relative to Q3 2017
Entrepreneurs' Economic Outlook Index shows slight dip, while greater percentage of Triangle survey participants report they are anticipating no change in sales, capital spending and employment growth.
Poole College Alumnus Opens Two Roosters Ice Cream Shop
Ice cream, anyone? Folks in Poole College’s Department of Accounting can find a familiar face – Jared Plummer – at the newly opened Two Roosters Ice Cream shop at North Raleigh’s Graystone Village shopping center. He and his wife Kelsey […]
Transformative Changes in World Energy Production and Trade
“Major changes in oil production have transformed the U.S. from a major importer to a major producer and sometime exporter of oil,” writes Thomas Grennes, Poole College professor of economics in Roubini’s EconoMonitor. “The market power of OPEC and its […]
Prof. Richard Warr Comments about Drop in Connecticut Pension Fund Returns
Richard Warr, professor of finance and head of the Department of Business Management at the NC State University Poole College of Management, comments on a drop in returns on Connecticut’s state teachers pension fund. The state’s $17 billion fund returned […]
Faculty Research Award Recipient Profile: Jesse Ellis
Professor Ellis: Applying real world constraints to our understanding of hedge fund performance, helping students see there is no free lunch.
Andrews Accelerator Teams Meet their Executives in Residence
Execs in Residence share their passion for entrepreneurship and personal experience with Andrews Launch Accelerator teams
Finance Professor Richard Warr Comments on State Pension Funding Investment Changes
Shifting money out of stocks lowers the fund’s risk because stocks are more volatile than cash and bonds.
Faculty Research Award Recipient Profile: Beverly Tyler
Recognition that the big challenges facing society today will require cooperation across sectors is among factors driving Bev Tyler's passion for her area of research.