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8/1/08 • News at Marshall
Management has often been criticized for an earnings-focused short term orientation that reduces or delays investments in risky, long term innovation projects in order to boost the firm’s stock price.
5/15/08 • News at Marshall
A new University of Southern California Marshall School of Business study is the first to show why foreign companies have succeeded or failed while entering markets in China and India. Many of those findings are surprising, say its authors.
5/14/08 • News at Marshall
<p>As one of USC's first Global Scholars, graduating senior Raphael Anderson's experience at the Marshall School of Business has truly been world-focused.</p><p>A double major in Business Administration and International Business, Anderson participated in Marshall's International Exchange Program, studying investment finance at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, which bolstered his concentration in entrepreneurship and finance and provided global experience for his focus on international business.</p>
5/13/08 • News at Marshall
An athletic scholarship and a spot on the women's rowing team brought Warsaw, Poland native Kinga Marciszewska to USC, but her goal to study business led her to USC Marshall and a double major in Accounting and Business Administration.
4/21/08 • News at Marshall
LOS ANGELES – As the so-called "Millennial" generation enters the U.S. workforce, it promises to upend long-standing corporate hierarchies, approaches to technology and ways of doing business, in ways that are only beginning to be understood.
4/8/08 • News at Marshall
Study Finds Tying a New Product to Others Key to Development of New, Emerging Markets
4/8/08 • News at Marshall
Kudos to Warren Bennis of the USC Marshall School of Business. His book, Judgment: How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls, co-written with the University of Michigan’s Noel M. Tichy, has been honored with a silver medal in the 2008 Axiom Business Book Awards Awards.
4/8/08 • News at Marshall
When words get old: Ageist language undercuts workers and companies USC Marshall professor says words can harm the workplace
4/7/08 • David Bloom
IOM Professor to Receive Support for Research on Outsourcing, Business Processes