Thomas Coe

Thomas Coe is an Associate Professor of Finance at Quinnipiac University in Hamden Connecticut, where he has been teaching since 1999. He is Chair of the Finance Department and has held leadership positions in multiple service activities for the Department, the School of Business and the University. He held a Sam Walton Fellowship from Students in Free Enterprise while teaching at Xavier University of Louisiana. In addition, Dr. Coe was named a Nissan/HBCU Faculty Fellow and held faculty internships with the U.S. Department of Defense. Dr. Coe previously taught at the graduate and the undergraduate level at Xavier University of Louisiana, Loyola University-New Orleans and Tulane University.

In addition, Dr. Coe had been involved in several community projects, including the United Way, and had served as treasurer of the St. Vincent de Paul Society for the New Orleans Archdiocese. He was involved in the development of the Legacy Project, a support center for the homeless in New Orleans. In 2003-2004, he served as a Vice President of the Eastern Finance Association. He currently serves as President of the Academy of Financial Services and was Executive Vice President – Program for their 2014 Annual Meeting.

Thomas' family resides in Madisonville, Louisiana.

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Real Estate Deals Vanish in New York

New York may be the "City That Never Sleeps," but the turnover of real estate for development in the city has become drowsy. Despite expectations of tax cuts and a growing economy, both huge benefits for a booming real estate market, sales of commercial property are at a six-year low.

Cruises Could Be Big Winners in Cuba

Airplanes are faster than cruise ships, but in the rush of airlines to capture a toehold to Cuban tourism, they forgot that tourists need a place to eat and sleep. Cruise ships are ably filling the void for visitors who are eager to experience the opening of Cuba to U.S. tourism.

Amazon Won't Know What Hit 'Em!

In its latest attempt to avoid any of the same decline of other brick-and-mortar retailers, Wal-Mart has made a ‘last shot’ attempt at a shot across the bow of e-commerce giant Amazon. The acquisition of will prove whether sound retailing principles, as expounded by Sam Walton, can endure in either an online or on-site environment.

Will the Trump Bump Go Thunk?

The ride along the Trump Bump is getting bumpier. Much of the initial wave of the market boost, mostly in financial stocks and other sectors of the economy that would benefit from eased regulation, are now fueled by the expectations of a corporate tax relief. The road to the White House and the Beltway — thought to be easy — is bumpy.

Things Go Better With 67 Million Coke Shares

Warren Buffet isn’t the only one thinking ‘Coke is it!’ Several U.S. colleges and universities benefited over the past several decades from an investment in Coca-Cola, received as gifts decades ago from Lettie Pate Evans and the Evans Foundation. The dividends paid from the Foundation’s holdings have supported many scholarships and other college operations.