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UAB’s Ben Meadows, Ph.D., provides valuable insights into the projected trends for holiday sales and the potential impact on seasonal hiring in the retail sector.
UAB junior Natalie Vital, who is a finance and economics double-major, shares her journey, highlighting her decision to attend UAB and the vibrant Hispanic community she has found on campus.
UAB’s Professional Sales Certificate Program is one of the top 150 such programs in the United States, according to SEF.
Whistleblowers in marketing channels can be useful in encouraging an efficient supply chain, which can lower production costs and slow down inflation.
Will this holiday season be harder to shop for or more expensive? Three experts from the  Collat School of Business give tips and tricks for navigating holiday shopping.
Persuasion knowledge is triggered by sponsorship disclosures, which may have adverse effects on a brand’s trustworthiness, a UAB study suggests.
Hannah Breier, a spring 2022 UAB industrial distribution major graduate, will begin a career as an associate supply chain engineer in Chicago, Ill., after an impressive career as a Blazer.
Reporting mental health records to national firearm background check system decreases suicide rates, according to research published by Collat School of Business professors.
Zhang’s research compares clothing expenditures between boys versus girls using a rich, household-specific data set.
UAB professor and supply chain expert explains how COVID-19 has disrupted the economy’s supply chain and what that means for holiday shopping.
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