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Furman economics professor Jason Jones describes the Treasury Department's "extraordinary measures" employed to help government spending stay under the debt ceiling.
In an interview with Forbes, alum David Trone '77 talks about entrepreneurial spirit, embracing change and getting comfortable with failure.
A Furman parent from Minnesota writes about his son's four years at the university.
During their annual spring meeting on May 20, the trustees also heard that seven new members will join the board on July 1.
At 74, Furman grad Ed West (Class of 1965) is an integral part of the steel drum container company he founded in 1979, then later sold.
Furman Economics professor Jason Jones unpacks the debate on the debt ceiling and questions the word 'crisis.'
The university held induction ceremonies earlier this spring for 66 students who were elected to the nation’s most prestigious academic society.
An economics professor who has taught at the university since 1990, Peterson assumes his position immediately.
Kailash Khandke explores the post election stock market bump and what it means for jobs, economic growth, and inflation.