Dave DeLaney Teaches the
Mr. Dave DeLaney provides a valuable role in the MBA-level FINC 5331 class, which is loosely referred to as Financial Ranch Management. A hands-on approach is taken to instruction concerning the financial aspects of business management. Effective strategic ranch management requires appropriate utilization of accounting and finance tools. Cost accounting, budgeting, financing, cash flow valuation, and financial planning are a few of the key accounting and finance components taught by Professor Krueger. The course builds on this conceptual knowledge, through the application of these topics in the ranch industry. Read more.
Professor Krueger's Manuscript
Inspires Additional Articles
Two articles arose from the research which won the “Best in Track” for Investments and Portfolio Management at the Academy of Finance Meetings. Both were lead articles in their respective journals. A majority of the research appears in the prestigious Journal of Investing, one of those “A” journals everyone in academics talks about. The Spring 2013 lead article is “Consumer Reports versus Money Magazine: The Investment Virtues of Investment Fund Recommendations from Two Widely-disseminated Publications,” (Vol. 22, No. 1, Spring 2013,pp. 1-16). Read more.
CBA to Host Third Annual
The Texas A&M University-Kingsville College of Business Administration will host their Third Annual Community Breakfast at 7 a.m. Thursday, April 4, in the ballrooms of the Memorial Student Union Building. The event is co-hosted by the Kleberg County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Kingsville Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by IBC Bank. This event is geared toward providing an additional dimension to fiscal awareness and responsibility to students, and residents of Kingsville and the surrounding communities. Tickets are $10 per person or $80 for a table of eight. Read more.
The CBA 2012 Economic Forum
Garners Two National Awards
The 2012 Economic Forum drew two awards for total PR package from the Service Industry Advertising Awards (SIAA) and the Higher Education Marketing Report (HEMR). A sliver award came from SIAA, which specifically recognizes the achievements of the creativity and communication accomplishments of the service industry, and a merit award was received from HEMR, which recognizes the field of educational marketing and advertising.
For More Information, Contact: College of Business Administration MSC 182, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202 Contact Phone: 361-593-3801
Dave DeLaney, vice president and general manager of livestock and ranching operations for King Ranch
The Career Planning Workshop kicked off the professional development classes for the spring semester.
Congratulations to the portfolio winners of the Mock Interview! Back row: Justin Robertson, Miles Kirksey; Middle row: Pablo Portillo, Jerome Clemons; Front row: Victoria Molina, Brittney Soliz. Not pictured: Heather Burns, Tressa Lozano, Rudy Saldivar, and Eddie X’avier Samaniego
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