The 42nd President and founder of the Clinton Foundation spoke on interdependence and cooperation, as well as issues in the global community.
The Southern California Business Film Festival brought together industry professionals.
The refrain “it’s not personal, it’s business” is seemingly everywhere in corporate life. Business students and employees are trained to believe in the importance of the bottom line and that profits, rather than people, are essential to success. In his new book, Give and Take, organizational psychologist and University of Pennsylvania Wharton professor Adam Grant […]
The online accounting degree program joins 50 other online graduate degree programs.
Every time you turn on your TV, it appears as if another corporate villain is being put away in the big house for fraud, extortion or perjury. Bear Stearns. Refco. AIG: All of these business’ honchos are still feeling the wrath of the law and the public. With the Occupy Wall Street protests dominating the […]
When 26-year-old computer programmer and political activist Aaron Swartz committed suicide last Friday, news of his death spread across the Internet with the same speed as the viral videos and the applications he had helped to produce. At the time of his death, he faced unnecessarily harsh felony charges entailing a possible 35-year sentence and […]
During my time at Marshall School of Business, I’ve found it difficult to convince business students to incorporate social or community benefits as an essential part of their business solutions. Persuading established business leaders might be even harder. Today, however, many leading global case competitions are marching boldly in that direction. The Hult Global Case […]
Making the effort to connect with employers is ultimately beneficial for both parties.
Hyperfocusing on financial success can only lead to a deterioration of personality.
The department in charge of the school’s fundraising has brought on a new member and is working to improve.