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2/17/09 • Evy Jacobson
The USC Marshall School of Business hosts the world's largest case competition beginning today as student teams from 30 top schools on four continents take on challenging real-world problems facing major companies.
2/17/09 • Evy Jacobson
The Food Industry Management Program at the USC Marshall School of Business will honor Larree Renda, Executive Vice President, Chief Strategist and Administrative Officer of Safeway Inc., as the "Food Industry Executive of the Year" at its annual graduation banquet in April.
2/17/09 • Evy Jacobson
At a time when California is still trying to pass its budget, enterprise zone (EZ) programs may be on the chopping block as lawmakers debate whether these programs are working. A new study by USC Professors John Ham, Ayse Imrohoroglu and Charles Swenson reveals that these programs are indeed bright spots in areas lagging in economic development and employment in California and the rest of the nation.
2/9/09 • News at Marshall
<p>USC Marshall professor Dave Logan&rsquo;s book, The Three Laws of Performance: Rewriting the Future of Your Organization and Your Life, explores the ways leaders can create systematic change, rather than focusing on solving a single problem, in order to turn around their organizations, or take them to the next level.</p>
2/9/09 • News at Marshall
Four Seniors Take Home Trophy from First Pac Rim Real Estate Competition
2/2/09 • News at Marshall
<p>The USC Marshall School of Business is pleased to announce the first Summer Global Business Program, an intensive four-week program for non-business majors held at the University Park Campus from July 5 to July 31, 2009.</p>
1/30/09 • News at Marshall
Chris DeWolfe, CEO and Co-Founder of MySpace, will share his insights during a live interview with Conde Nast Portfolio. The February 4th event will be held in Hoffman Hall's Edison Auditorium at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7:50; the USC community is invited to attend. DeWolfe received his MBA from the USC Marshall School and will be introduced by Professor Tom O&rsquo;Malia, Director of the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
1/19/09 • Evy Jacobson
A team of USC Marshall undergraduates won the second Philip Morris Case Competition in November 2008, a business case competition that pitted the best Marshall presentations against those from students at the University of Arizona Eller College of Management.
12/30/08 • News at Marshall
Africa Schools Project Teaching USC Marshall Students Too
12/28/08 • News at Marshall
Two Win Greif Center Award for Biggest Impact in Entrepreneurship Research