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Leave something to the imagination

By Merritt Melancon

Marketing researcher Julio Sevilla found that concealing a portion of a visually attractive item may make it more attractive to shoppers.

Mar. 31, 2020

New research shows partial concealment of a product may generate more online sales

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Terry's Risk Management and Insurance Program ranks No. 1 for research in top journal

By Merritt Melancon

Robert Hoyt, professor and department head, talks with students in the Business Learning Community.

Mar. 31, 2020

Terry College faculty published the most papers in the Journal of Risk and Insurance from 2015-2019

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Terry's Full-Time and Professional MBAs climb to new heights in U.S. News rankings

By David Dodson

The Georgia MBA program achieved its highest ranking to date in the latest U.S. News and World Report.

Mar. 30, 2020

MBA program tops its previous best ranking, at No. 12 among public business schools

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What the 2020 stimulus plan can do for the economy

By Merritt Melancon

William Lastrapes

Mar. 30, 2020

Federal emergency relief package touted as the largest the U.S. has ever had

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CEOs are turning a negative into a payout, study finds

By Merritt Melancon

Negative news issued by publicly-held companies isn't always bad news for the company's CEO.

Mar. 27, 2020

UGA research indicates rogue CEOs time negative news to benefit their stock options

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Terry grad rallies sewing community to combat COVID-19

By Ed Morales

Mar. 26, 2020

Kayla Hittig co-founded group making masks for Georgia health care workers on the pandemic’s frontlines

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