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Whose stars shine brighter?

Top-ranked customer reviewers don’t always hold the key to boosting online sales, according to new research by Terry College of Business marketing professor Elham Yazdani.

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Born to be wild

Younger siblings often take more risks as chief executives, just like they did when they were kids trying to keep up with their older brothers and sisters, according to Terry College management researchers.

CentricsIT CEO Derek Odegard hugs a co-worker during a company ceremony.

A kind, consistent culture

An employee at CentricsIT used the company’s 21st-century Suggestion Box — anonymous email to CEO Derek Odegard — to lodge a complaint about the malfunctioning toaster in the lunchroom.

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Dean’s Message: A foundation for innovation

We take great pride at the Terry College of Business in our rich history of producing successful entrepreneurs who build companies of all sizes, missions and ambitions.

Southern Straws founders Neal Amos and his mother Margaret Amos pose for a photo next to a box containing their company's products.

A knack for snacks

Neal Amos can just about pinpoint the precise moment he knew he wanted to be in business with his mom.

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Terry College of Business joins EFMD network

The University of Georgia Terry College of Business became an affiliated member of the European Foundation for Management Development this past year. EFMD is the leading global network of accredited business schools and corporations dedicated to excellence in ma

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Three Dawg might

Jim Price, Richard Stamper, and Jim Scott — primed almost four decades ago in the unofficial entrepreneurial incubator of UGA’s College of Business Administration — will tell you the soundtrack of a successful entrepreneur is not trumpets blaring, but of wheels grinding.

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Ingredients for Growth

Dina Carey discovered starting your own business requires a little humility, and a lot of support.

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On your mark, get set, go

Walking into Studio 225 is like entering a startup culture only imaginable on a hip show about Silicon Valley, except this one takes place in downtown Athens.

ASW Disterilly founders Jim Chasteen

That’s the spirit

For 107 years, the Terry College has produced men and women of legendary entrepreneurial spirit. Turns out you can bottle it.