With the personal income tax filing deadline of April 15 just days away, the nation’s changing tax policies are top of mind for many Americans. Last year’s Fiscal Cliff debate and the resulting American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 have not only changed the scope of personal taxes in this country, but...Read More
The success of most business ventures is often measured in profit and ROI—how much money is made for the owners or shareholders of an organization. Non-profit organizations (NPOs), on the other hand, judge their results in large part on how well they contribute to social change and making a differenc...Read More
Prepare Students for the Unknown
“Business education doesn’t stand still. It’s not enough to simply teach finance, marketing, and accounting—even at an exceptional level. We teach leadership. We teach problem-solving. We teach creativity. We teach collaboration. We teach our students to recognize th...Read More
Brittany Dunbar, ELMBA '13 (left); Fred Brennen, executive vice president at Sun Trust Bank; and Antoinette Cummins, ELMBA '13, pose for a photo at 2012 Business Leader of the Year
With the overall economy improving little by little, business students are feeling cautiously optimistic about improved...Read More
Gerard Athaide, Ph.D., professor of marketing, sees us all having the power to innovate.