VCU School of Business news
VCU School of Business alumna & recipient of rvatech/ top award says empathy is a technical skillFriday, December 3
rvatech/ presents its highest honor to Andrea Goulet, an internationally known expert on empathy-driven software development
Mark Zuckerberg is the worst brand spokesperson for Meta right nowWednesday, December 1
“You’re changing the name, not the perception if he’s still at the head of it,” says Vann Graves, executive director of VCU’s Brandcenter.
Expert predicts presents will make it under the tree as supply chain improvesFriday, November 26
Experts like Jeff Smith, Chair of the Supply Chain Management and Analytics Department at VCU had been urging shoppers to get ahead as the holidays approached amid nationwide supply shortages. But things are looking significantly better now.
Brandcenter director will contribute to new anthology, ‘The Black Experience in Design’Friday, November 19
Vann Graves has been selected as a contributing author in the anthology, which will publish in February and feature writings by Black designers, educators and researchers.
Supply Chain expert says shortage on holiday goods already improvingThursday, November 18
The holiday shopping season is finally here, and VCU supply chain expert Jeff Smith said the projected supply shortage for holidays gifts and goods is improving.
Lacker says 3%-4% Fed rates wouldn't be surprisingMonday, November 15
Former Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President and Distinguished Professor, VCU School of Business Jeffrey Lacker speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance".
Virginia families feeling the hurt of higher gas prices, grocery costsFriday, November 12
VCU Supply Chain Professor Jeff Smith called the situation an expected consequence of the pandemic.
NPR "On Point" podcast solicits Jeff Lacker's expert opinionThursday, November 4
Why the Federal Reserve is an 'engine of inequality'
How practicing integrity helped Owens & Minor thrive during the pandemicFriday, October 29
At the latest Investors Circle meeting, Owens & Minor leader Ed Pesicka shared how the health care company continued to make personal protective equipment for its customers throughout the pandemic.
With close races, Virginia’s elections hinge on voter turnoutWednesday, October 27
Virginia’s gubernatorial race is tight. Political analyst Bob Holsworth explains what each candidate needs to do to win.