The University of Tennessee Vol Court business pitch competition has a social media twist this year.
For the first time the winner will be chosen by a vote of Facebook users.
Voting has started and ends at 11 p.m. on Nov. 13.
At stake are cash prizes, office space and consulting services from Pershing Yoakley and Associates and mentoring services from the College of Business Administration’s Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Facebook’s much-anticipated IPO is expected this Friday. Should you invest? Or is the smarter move to hang on to your money?
Everybody has an opinion about investing in the social media goliath. Some experts say Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is too young to run a major company — he turned 28 today. Others say Facebook is the biggest investment opportunity of all time.
Regardless of how you or your broker feel about the company, it will be one of the largest IPOs in history and it will make Zuckerberg and other Facebook executives even richer.
He’s a sample of what pundits from Wall Street to Silicon Valley are saying.
The 32 finalists have been announced and head-to-head battles start today to determine the winner of Consumermist.com’s annual Worst Company in America tournament.
Who will you vote for?
Many well-known companies have again made the finals. Telecom giant Comcast is back to defend its title, but plenty of worthy contenders are in the field including, Verizon, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, WalMart, Toyota, Facebook, BP, Delta and many more.
Facebook and Twitter have millions of users worldwide, but a lot of corporate executives are worried the social media invasion could be bad for business, according to a survey released today.
Fifty-one percent of the chief financial officers who responded to the Accountemps survey said their greatest concern is that employees are wasting time at work. And 18 percent are worried employees are behaving unprofessionally.