Stamford Advocate – Charter Communications and New York officials have reached an agreement for the cable-and-internet giant to stay in the state by expanding its internet service, nine months after state regulators had ordered the firm to leave.
Without the advice, scrutiny and assessment of the School of Business’ Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis (CCEA), our state might lack some of the critical businesses and well-paying jobs that we have today.Continue Reading
Stamford Advocate– Charter Communications announced this week the full launch of its Spectrum Mobile service for its internet subscribers, marking one of its most ambitious undertakings in recent years.
Thrillist– It took countless long nights, gallons of elbow grease, and a metric ton of hope, but you did it: You launched your own business. But whether you’re an established startup shooting to be the next unicorn or a retail operation that wants a footprint on every corner, the question of “What do I do now?” is undoubtedly on your mind. We sought out experts to help answer that burning question, whether you’re wondering what kind of customer to approach next or figuring out where to spend that next chunk of marketing money. Read on — you’ve got this.
The UConn School of Business is welcoming two distinguished veteran faculty members this fall, including an accounting expert from Yale and a marketing professor who studies innovation. Continue Reading