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The home has long been a great store of wealth for most American families, and new University of Georgia research ties this access to greater entrepreneurial outcomes.

Chloe Renee Kelley may not be on the very top of the world, but the view from her 46th floor conference room in Manhattan is still pretty sweet.

There’s a reason it’s called “Ironman.” The 70.3-mile triathlon starts with a 1.2-mile swim, followed by a 56-mile bike ride, and ends with a 13.1-mile run. Participants have eight-and-a-half hours to finish the race.

Terry College of Business students put their knowledge to the test by developing real-time solutions to business problems at the inaugural Terry Business Extravaganza.

Finance students from as far away as the University of Connecticut and the University of Notre Dame converged at the Terry College of Business for the eighth annual Stock Pitch Competition on Feb. 25.

Priyanka Parikh, who studies biochemistry and economics, hopes to rewrite healthcare policy in the U.S.

In 2002, after graduating high school in Columbus, GA, Tyler Jefcoat (BBA ’07, MBA ’13) took an interest in Athens and the University of Georgia for two reasons: its music scene and its business school.

When Kristen Dunning participated in her first UGA Entrepreneurship Idea Accelerator Program, she was a woman with sensitive skin, a knack for plants and a dream of selling soap to the masses.

When Robyn Thompson and Brenden Higbee launched their first Four Fat Cows ice cream shop, they imagined it as a place where families and friends could gather to share a sweet treat.

If life can seem to be a choice between doing good and doing well financially, Arthur Blank has an easy response: Why can’t it be both?