Archive for May, 2009

Saying goodbye to the Katrina Class

Saying goodbye to the Katrina Class

The 2009 commencement ceremonies marked an historic end and a bright beginning for 769 newly minted alumni of the A. B. Freeman School of Business.

May 20, 2009 ×
Analyst recommendations have little effect, researcher says

Analyst recommendations have little effect, researcher says

In a new paper to be published in Journal of Accounting and Economics, Robert S. Hansen, Francis Martin Chair in Business and professor of finance and economics,  suggests that analysts’ […]

May 18, 2009 ×

Students try to beat the S&P 500

Associated Press business writer Alan Sayre sat in on the final class of the semester for the Darwin S. Fenner Student Managed Fund and wrote this article about the course, […]

May 15, 2009 ×
New alumni group hopes to improve ranking

New alumni group hopes to improve ranking

A new alumni group hopes to improve the Freeman School’s national ranking by reaching out to recent graduates. The Freeman 50 is the brainchild of Edward Crawford (MBA ’08, MGM […]

May 15, 2009 ×
TABA Baseball Tent Party Friday, May 8

TABA Baseball Tent Party Friday, May 8

The 2nd annual TABA Baseball Blowout will take place Friday night, May 8, at Turchin Stadium. The Tulane Green Wave baseball team takes on UAB at 6 p.m. in an […]

May 8, 2009 ×
Ricchiuti featured on “Good Morning America”

Ricchiuti featured on “Good Morning America”

Assistant Dean Peter Ricchiuti was interviewed by ABC News for a  Good Morning America segment on May 7 that examined the Gulf Coast’s surprisingly strong economy. Ricchiuti is research director […]

May 7, 2009 ×