Coles News: Sep 2018

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  • Hawks CEO Shares Team's Winning, Youth-Centric Marketing Philosophy

    What do emojis, online dating apps, community service, and urban development all have in common? According to Atlanta Hawks CEO Steve Koonin, they are important ways that businesses can stay engaged with the changing values of younger audiences.  –  September 28, 2018

  • Education Economics Center Receives $2.81 Million Donation

    Kennesaw State University has received two grants totaling $2.81 million for its Education Economics Center in the Michael J. Coles College of Business.  –  September 26, 2018

  • RaceTrac Kicks Off Fall All-Access Business Series

    Three members of the RaceTrac leadership team visited campus earlier this month to help kick off the Fall 2018 All-Access Business Series.  –  September 25, 2018

  • Bagwell Center Shines Spotlight on Undergraduate Research

    The Bagwell Center for the Study of Markets and Economic Opportunity launched a new working paper series in July to feature research conducted by the center’s undergraduate fellows. Included in the first issue are provocative studies on economic freedom, cryptocurrency, and market factors affecting illicit drug prices.  –  September 11, 2018

  • A Year Later, Equifax Slammed While Boasting of Change

    A year after hackers broke into Equifax’s network and stole the personal information of 148 million Americans, a report by a consumer watchdog group is lambasting the credit reporting agency for not addressing its vulnerabilities earlier and for botching its response to the unprecedented breach.  –  September 06, 2018

  • Which Treasury Bonds are the Best?

    For those in the market to purchase U.S. Treasurys, it's a little like hitting the local coffee shop for a small mocha. Or a medium one. Or a large. Or an extra large, an extra-extra large – and the jumbo of all jumbos, the 30-year.  –  September 05, 2018