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SMG Team Places 1st in US, 2nd in World in CME Group Trading Challenge

It started in a McDonald’s. After registering for the annual CME Group Trading Challenge, a team of four students in the Mathematical Finance program—a team that would ultimately place first nationally and second globally in the challenge—sat down to lunch... More

SMG Alumni Donate Gift to School, Endow New Professorship

Professor and Everett W. Lord Distinguished Faculty Scholar David Weil adds “Peter and Deborah Wexler Professor in Management” to his title. More

Dean Freeman in WSJ: Corporate Titles Shouldn’t Matter

The proliferation of "Chief" titles shouldn't impact decision-making, according to Freeman in his latest post for "The Experts." More

Dean Freeman Offers “Rules of Engagement” for Global Executives in WSJ

Freeman advises C-suite executives to treat each other with dignity, fairness, and respect. More

BU’s Full-Time MBA Program Ranked 45th by US News & World Report, Part-Time Ranked 34th

Boston University School of Management's full-time MBA program placed 45th on US News & World Report's list of "America's Best Graduate Schools." The part-time program ranked 34th on the list of the "Best Part-Time MBA Programs." More

Boston University School of Management’s MBA Program Ranked 28th in US on CNN Expansión List

The MBA program placed 46th globally and 28th nationally on CNN Expansión's list of the "Best MBA in Mexico and the World," jumping one spot among US schools. More

Dean’s Speaker Series: Analjit Singh (SMG’77, GSM’79), Founder & Chairman, Max India Limited

A thriving entrepreneur, Singh visited the School on February 24, 2014 to share the lessons he's learned—from identifying problems to achieving significant reforms. More

Conversations with Ken: Analjit Singh (SMG’77, GSM’79), Founder & Chairman, Max India Limited

An influential alumnus, Singh returned to the School on February 24, 2014 for a discussion on entrepreneurship with Dean Freeman. More

Boston University School of Management’s MBA Program 39th in US on Financial Times List

The School rose an impressive 20 spots to rank 75th internationally. More

Kabrina Chang in Bloomberg Businessweek: Ethical Leadership Starts With a Student

In the real world, Kant can't help. But here's what does. More