Let’s face it, most faculty were good students and always did well in school. For students, having a professor who is adept at learning can be inspiring. But what if academic work comes so naturally to faculty that they have
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(Photo: Flickr user Mike Mozart) SmartBrief readers were most interested in stories about the future of the food industry from all aspects this week. Chipotle‘s future plans for a fast-casual burger concept gave them a glimpse at where the company
For the astute listener, second- and third-order effects were the golden nuggets of information that could be gleaned from the presentation of CME Group Chief Economist Blu Putnam this week at the 41st Annual International Futures Industry Conference in Boca
For years, real-time margin calculations were a pipe dream for risk managers. However, a new partnership is working to show risk managers that the dream is now a reality. Broadridge Financial Solutions and The Technancial Company are combining TTC’s JANUS
(Photo: Flickr user Bill Rice) SmartBrief readers were drawn to stories about growth plans of food retailers and restaurant chains alike this week, as they got an inside look at the first store opened under Kroger‘s Main & Vine banner
Photo: Flckr user theimpulsivebuy Consumer packaged foods were of interest with SmartBrief readers this week, with a story about Pinnacle Food’s plans to streamline Boulder Brands product lines as part of its growth strategy. Pinnacle purchased Boulder, the parent of
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