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BUzz Lab Brings Peter Thiel to School of Management

The PayPal cofounder discussed his book, Zero to One, and answered questions through moderator and Boston Globe innovation columnist Scott Kirsner (COM’93). BUzz Lab invited Thiel to campus to wrap up its inaugural semester with a bang. More

BU Startup Clinches Inter-Collegiate Tech Competition

After taking first in a competition at the BUzz Lab, Downtyme went on to win the second annual Beantown Throwdown, hosted by the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge. More

Top 10 Bitcoin Risks from Mark Williams at World Bank Conference 2014

Executive-in-Residence Mark Williams presented his top-10 risks associated with Bitcoin during the Virtual Currencies: Regulatory and Legal Challenges of New Peer-to-Peer Technologies in Financial Services panel at the 2014 World Bank Conference. His top-10 risks include: Bitcoin is not legal tender Extreme... More

Dean Freeman in WSJ: Millennials Are Changing the Socially Responsible Equation

Responsibility is shifting from profit to people—with millennials leading the charge. More

PayScale Ranks BU MBA in Top 30 for Highest Earning Alumni

PayScale's 2014-15 College Salary Report, which ranks colleges and universities on alumni post-grad earnings, has placed Boston University School of Management 30th on its list of the best graduate business schools. More

Financial Times Ranks BU EMBA 1st In New England, 27th In US

BU EMBA continues to select a remarkably experienced class, ranking 3rd in work experience among US-based programs and 23rd overall. More

Conversations with Ken: Redefining Healthcare Through Responsible Leadership

On October 16, 2014, Dr. Tom Garhwaite, Chief Operating Officer for Clinical Services, and John Franck, Senior VP of Human Resources, both of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), visited Boston University School of Management, where they shared their perspectives about responsible leadership and how it yields exceptional clinical, employee, and financial performance. More

Kira Fabrizio Wins 2014 Richard R. Nelson Prize

Assistant Professor Kira Fabrizio has been recognized for her article “Absorptive Capacity and the Search for Innovation," which examines the link between a firm’s absorptive capacity-building activities and the search process for innovation. More

New Paper from Shulamit Kahn Finds Gender Discrimination Irrelevant in Math-Intensive Fields

The image of a male-dominated academy persists, but references to gender discrimination are no longer a valid cause of women's underrepresentation in math-intensive fields. More

The Economist Cites Andrea Buffa’s Research

Co-written with Dimitri Vayanos and Paul Woolley of the London School of Economics, Buffa's new paper sheds light on an anomaly The Economist believes is a result of how investors choose fund managers. More