38 million people face severe food insecurities, according to the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN). And 88% of countries face a serious burden of malnutrition, overweight and obesity, or both.
“The ultimate goal is to get people fed nutritionally, affordably, and hopefully tastily,” said Associate Professor of Economics James Manley, Ph.D. Continue reading “The bigger picture of improving nutrition”
In the months and years to come, experts and researchers like CBE’s Tobin Porterfield, Ph.D., professor and director of the M.S. in Supply Chain Management program will examine the response and recovery efforts that followed last year’s natural disasters. Continue reading “When Disaster Strikes”
Insider trading takes place every day. Whether it’s legal comes down to the time the trade is executed and whether the trade is based on confidential information. Illegal insider trading happens when a company insider takes advantage of private information that can affect the company’s future stock price to make more profit or prevent loss.
Continue reading “Insider trading patterns through a financial quarter”
Why family businesses run the business world, yet fear international expansion
Continue reading “All in the Family”