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Can Tesla still be cool if it’s a rental car? Apparently, yes

Can Tesla still be cool if it’s a rental car? Apparently, yes

Tuesday, October 26

Because this is a brand that takes risks, and is willing to take risks, and has the swagger to do it, it’s a win–win for both companies, says Vann Graves, executive director of VCU Brandcenter.

Supply Chain Management and Analytics students work on solving social problems in Africa

Supply Chain Management and Analytics students work on solving social problems in Africa

Thursday, October 21

Two all-terrain vehicles are now improving life in sub-Saharan Africa, thanks, in part, to VCU Supply Chain Management and Analytics (SCMA) students in Richmond, Virginia.

Bob Andrews scores with VCU School of Business Decision Analytics Program

Bob Andrews scores with VCU School of Business Decision Analytics Program

Wednesday, October 20

Robert Andrews claims he’s now officially retired, but you’d never know it. “I believe in staying active, staying involved,” he says. Andrews has picked up two prestigious awards in the past two years.

Talk of the titans

Talk of the titans

Tuesday, October 19

VCU School of Business hosts conversation with real estate moguls Sam Zell and Andy Florance.

Supply Chain Expert Recommends Buying Gifts Now

Supply Chain Expert Recommends Buying Gifts Now

Friday, October 15

Supply chain expert Jeff Smith, Chair of the Supply Chain Management Department at the VCU School of Business is recommending people, if they can, buy their holiday gifts now.

SCMA seeks to increase food security in Virginia

SCMA seeks to increase food security in Virginia

Wednesday, October 13

The VCU Department of Supply Chain Management and Analytics (SCMA) has embarked on a pilot program designed to ensure food security in Charles City, which can then be replicated statewide.

Richmond economist on why we're still experiencing a worker shortage and where things are going

Richmond economist on why we're still experiencing a worker shortage and where things are going

Wednesday, October 13

“There are just a huge number of job openings, unprecedented,” said VCU Economics Professor Jeffrey Lacker.

How a VCU economist’s project provided essential data early in the pandemic

How a VCU economist’s project provided essential data early in the pandemic

Monday, October 11

The Real-Time Population Survey, created by business professor Adam Blandin and Arizona State economist Alexander Bick, mirrors surveys from the Labor Department, but with a much faster turnaround.