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Ukraine Invasion Forces Europe to Speed Up Green Energy Transition and Evaluate What Is Considered “Green”

In an op-ed for The Hill, Ann Bluntzer, executive director of the Ralph Lowe Energy Institute, and Manochehr Dorraj, TCU professor of international affairs and Energy Faculty Fellow, discuss the European Union situation and how it's reshaping the energy transition debate.

March 15, 2022

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Focusing on Customer Success Can Create a Competitive Edge

In a new Harvard Business Review article, TCU Neeley Associate Professor of Professional Practice in Marketing Lance A. Bettencourt offers insight for creating hard-to-imitate strategies in the personal transformation space.

January 21, 2022

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Morgan Swink featured on NBC DFW: Supply Chain Disruption and Building Future Resiliency

TCU Neeley Center for Supply Chain Innovation’s Executive Director shares insights into our current global supply chain issues while teaching future leaders in the industry.

January 18, 2022


Is the Supply Chain Disaster Good News for 2022?

TCU Neeley Executive in Residence Bets Lillo shares her insights in an op-ed for MarketWatch, explaining how businesses will shift their suppliers and come out stronger.

January 11, 2022

How Do You Account for Goodwill in the Business World?

How Do You Account for Goodwill in the Business World?

TCU Neeley Accounting Professor Shana Clor-Proell shares her recommendations on how companies report the value of their goodwill and other intangible assets.

December 16, 2021

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Express Yourself, Entrepreneur

Presenting a funding pitch anytime soon? Recent research may make you smile — and frown, and express a few other emotional states, too.

December 05, 2021

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Abbie Shipp featured on CNBC: Insights into Boomerang Employees

TCU Neeley Management Professor shares expertise on the emerging phenomenon of businesses rehiring ex-employees to combat historic labor shortages.

December 01, 2021

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Keith Hmieleski Featured in The Wall Street Journal on Entrepreneurship and Happiness

TCU Neeley Entrepreneurship Professor shares his findings on if entrepreneurs lead happier lives and the variables involved in answering such a question.

November 30, 2021

Audra Boone

Audra Boone Shares Insights into Ongoing SEC Disclosures by Foreign Firms

TCU Neeley Finance Professor dives deep into the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) disclosure obligations to examine financial reporting risks

November 30, 2021

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Laura Meade Explains How Geographic Information Systems Manifest Across TCU Neeley as GIS Day Is Celebrated

From curriculum to case competitions, Supply Chain Professor Laura Meade shares how blending geographic information systems (GIS) with business acumen can strengthen supply chain solutions and support global sustainability.

November 04, 2021