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Top SMG Core Teams Present New Product Plans

Members of team Lock-A-Bowls were crowned champions at the 16th Core New Product Challenge, the culmination of SM323 (known as "The Core"), for their presentation of a new dog-feeding accessory. More

A New Voice in Global Ethics

Mr. Harry Susilo endows a new SMG institute to stimulate ongoing dialogue on East/West ethics and culture. More

SMG Pair Snags Standard Life Investments Finance Prize

Professors Yrjo Koskinen and Rui Albuquerque have been awarded the 2014 Standard Life Investments prize for the best paper in the European Corporate Governance Institute’s (ECGI) Finance Working Paper series. More

David Weil Confirmed for Department of Labor Position

In his new job as administrator of the US Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, David Weil will be responsible for enforcing laws designed to protect the nation’s workers. More

Allen and Kelli Questrom Endow Two Professorships Through $10 Million Gift

Two newly endowed chairs were presented to Professors Karen Golden-Biddle and Susan Fournier. More

Conversations with Ken: Allen Questrom (SMG’64), Former Chairman & CEO of JC Penney

On April 8, 2014, Dean Ken Freeman sat down with Questrom to discuss his journey from BU student to retail guru. More

Top 25 three years running – BU SMG undergraduate program ranked 25th in Bloomberg Businessweek 2014 rankings

Employer Opinion ranking a strong 16th Boston University School of Management Undergraduate program placed in the top 25 undergraduate programs in the country for the third year in the Bloomberg Businessweek ranking, placing 25th overall in the 2014 rankings. Employers gave SMG... More

MBA Team Heads to Final Round of Aspen Institute Case Competition

One of only five finalist teams to advance, Ji Chong (MBA’14), David Cushman (MBA’14), Chris Kluesener (MBA’14), and Jonathan Sobin (MBA’14) head to New York to present their ideas to a panel of esteemed judges, including senior corporate executives, in the fifth annual global competition. More

Business and All That Jazz

If you fall asleep in Jack McCarthy’s class it won’t be for long - a saxophone riff or blaring trumpet will jolt you awake soon. No, having a jazz ensemble in class is not a professor’s revenge on dozing students. That ensemble is here to illustrate how improvisation, creativity, and shared leadership create high-performing teams on the stage or in the office. More

Wake Up and Smell the Data, Says Dean Freeman in WSJ

Companies must consider data a strategic resource if they hope to compete. More