The Future Of Business Is
While data mining has been around for a while, the amount of data that firms are faced with is growing exponentially. No longer reliant on focus groups or customer surveys (although those tools are still useful), firms can now analyze large datasets of their customers’ previous purchases, “clicks” through a site, and responses to customized advertisements. Amazon has used this kind of information to build effective recommendation systems, while others have mined Twitter data, or used distributed information from cell phones to predict traffic slowdowns. Read More
Dean Croson to Present Research at Carnegie Mellon University
August 22, 2014
Rachel Croson, dean of the UT Arlington College of Business, will be one of the leading researchers on gender and women in the workplace who will present research at a Sept. 4-5 conference at Carnegie Mellon University, according to an announcement on the Bloomberg Businessweek, Pittsburgh Business Journal, iStockAnalyst and several other websites.
Research Incubator Seminar Series presentation slated for August 13
August 8, 2014
Ramya Aroul, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Finance and Real Estate, will be presenting "Understanding the Distressed Sale Discounts across Submarkets and Market Conditions" on Wednesday, August 13, from 2-3:30 p.m. in Business Building Room 252. Learn more...