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Ted Alling inspires College of Business students

Ted Alling admitted that he and the co-founders of Access America Transport never created a business plan and “none of us are smart people.” What he and his two best friends from college did have were complementary skills and two goals: to create the best place in America to work, and to form a company that would make $100 million dollars.

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Former prime minister of Slovakia speaks on campus

When Iveta Radicova, former Prime Minister of Slovakia, first visited the United States in the ’90s, she caught a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty from the window of the airplane. “Instead of holding a flame, she should be holding a credit card. Because the entrance to the rights and freedoms, and the standard of living we enjoy primarily relies on credits,” she said.

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Former Prime Minister of Slovakia to speak

When foreign economies show signs of distress, US investors take note and the stock market becomes more volatile. During last year’s Greek financial crisis, Iveta Radicova’s voice was heard. Radicova, the former Prime Minister of Slovakia, will speak at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga as part of the Decosimo Lecture Series on Global Business on Tuesday, November 5, from 9:25 – 10:40 a.m. in the Raccoon Mountain Room of the UTC University Center. Her presentation to economics students is free and open to the UTC community and to the public.

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UTC students dunk the dean of the College of Business

At “Down with the Dean,” students got the rare chance to watch a Dean get wet in a dunk tank. Students gathered around for free food and free t-shirts, then lined up for a chance to take their shots at Dr. Robert Dooley, the Dean of the College of Business.

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2013 Behavioral Finance Symposium: October 10 in Chattanooga, TN

Risk taking transforms our body chemistry—it drives us to extremes of euphoria and unusual behavior or it can cause stress and depression.  Imagine how it affects investors.

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