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As presidential candidates reveal their economic plans, Radford University Assistant Economics Professor Thomas Duncan talked with WDBJ 7 about how those plans could affect Southwest Virginia.
Radford University finance professor talks with media about how presidential elections affect U.S. markets »
Radford University Finance Professor Steve Beach appeared on WDBJ 7 to discuss why markets tend to dip during presidential election years when no incumbent in on the ballot.
College of Business and Economics Professor Steven Beach discussed the recent stock market ups and downs with two local media channels.
When Management Professor Iain Clelland sent his students out to work with a real-life client on a complex event project this spring, they quickly realized plans can often go awry and fast thinking is necessary for keeping a client happy.
Radford University’s Interprofessional Gerontology Consortium (IGC) will host Caregiver Support, a monthly brown-bag lunch series for faculty, staff and their families as well as the general public.
Radford University Marketing Associate Professor Gary Schirr is co-author of a new book exploring the service industry and its contributions to our economy.
The College of Business and Economics (COBE) celebrated the remarkable accomplishments of its students with a ceremony April 19 in Kyle Hall.
Barry DuVal, president and CEO of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, delivered the keynote address April 20 at the Radford University College of Business and Economics (COBE) BB&T Global Capitalism Lecture Series.
Radford University’s College of Business and Economics inducted 21 new student members into Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) honor society in an April 19 ceremony at Kyle Hall.
Business and baseball came together April 8 at Dedmon Center Park at the College of Business and Economics’ second annual COBE Day at the Ballpark.