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At the request of University of Georgia President Jere W. Morehead, the University Cabinet voted unanimously to recommend that two facilities at the University of Georgia be named for some of the institution’s earliest and most distinguished African American graduates: a new residence hall in… Read Article

William Ross’ sense of fairness was apparent in his first business venture, a pine straw spreading business he started at age 16. It was successful enough that he was able to pay his workers $20 an hour, well over the minimum wage.

In the last year, Sweden has launched a digital version of its Krona and China has piloted a digital Yuan, but a U.S. Federal Reserve official pumped the brakes on the idea of rolling out a digital currency in the United States.

As Georgia emerges from two years of economic uncertainty, University of Georgia Terry College of Business experts will address Georgia’s recovery from the COVID-19 recession, the booming housing market and what to expect in the year to come at the 39th annual Georgia Economic Outlook serie

People have been making carpets for 5,000 years, so when Jay Henry explains that he’s the director of innovation for a company that manufactures carpets he sometimes gets a quizzical look.

In the last two decades, federal regulations tried to build more oversight into the roles of corporate boards of directors. There’s just one problem: it’s not a job board members want.

Rob Arnett was a young marketing research associate at Frito-Lay tasked with crunching data on ways to better market Tostitos to hungry consumers.

Before he could say a word, Greg Davis Jr. was in radio.

When Larry Richardson began the Executive MBA program at the Terry College, he wanted to transition from years of work in emergency medical services to the business side of public safety.

On Sept. 11, 2001, Adam C. Johnson was in his sophomore classroom at T.F. Riggs High School in Pierre, S.D., watching the television as the terrorist attacks played out halfway across the country. That moment sealed Johnson’s commitment to serve.