Fox School of Business

Personalized junk email repels potential customers
Type: In the Media
June 14, 2012
Faculty Focus: Angelika Dimoka and Paul Pavlou
Type: News Story
In the latest installment of the faculty profile series, Angelika Dimoka, assistant professor of marketing and supply chain management, and spouse Paul A. Pavlou, associate professor of information systems, marketing and strategic management, discuss their collaboration in studying how people make decisions by using neuroscience and information systems.
June 13, 2012
Dear companies, personalized emails don't work
Type: In the Media
June 12, 2012
White House Hispanic Summit at Temple enables citizens to talk policy with federal officials
Type: News Story
Federal officials visited Temple’s Student Center on Saturday to hear the perspectives of local nonprofits, community groups and students as part of the White House’s 19th Hispanic Community Action Summit, which connects administration officials with the public to create action plans based on issues of importance to the community.
June 6, 2012
Welcome to big data — it’s going to be huge
Type: In the Media
May 25, 2012
Are high gas prices a boon to auto insurers?
Type: In the Media
May 14, 2012
Inquirer op-ed: The rise and fall of Facebook
Type: In the Media
May 22, 2012
Faculty connection puts T-shirt entrepreneur on path to success
Type: News Story
Vincent Sannuti, B.A.A. Legal Studies. In May 2010, Sannuti and his brother launched Aphillyated Apparel, a clothing and merchandise company with a Philadelphia flair.
May 3, 2012
Professed ‘loudmouth’ makes a statement in cosmetics industry
Type: News Story
Rachel Furman, B.B.A. Marketing. Furman launched her own cosmetics line, NAKIID, during her senior year.
May 3, 2012
"Exploding" job offers could backfire on firms
Type: In the Media
May 2, 2012
How to manage your brand’s social media life
Type: In the Media
April 23, 2012
Fran Dunphy Roast raises over $30K for Temple chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters
Type: News Story
The April 11 Roast of Fran Dunphy--organized by the faculty and staff of Temple’s Fox School of Business and School of Tourism and Hospitality Management--was a night of laughter for a serious cause. The money raised by the roast and silent and live auctions benefited Temple’s operational but unfunded chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters.
April 12, 2012
Fox MBA one of eight programs "on the rise" nationally
Type: In the Media
March 30, 2012
Small business owners’ optimism rises
Type: In the Media
March 27, 2012

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