How to land a great job in a less than perfect market
Assistant Professor Emeritus Roger Palmer
The Center for Ethical Business Cultures (CEBC), the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business and UnitedHealth Group hosted the inaugural Ethics Case Competition on Feb. 28.
Seventh-annual Twin Cities study indicates that retailers will get a smaller slice of a smaller pie.
What can we expect under a new administration?
Growing demands, growing rewards
Self-Assessment and Improvement Process brings a quantitative approach to an (allegedly) qualitative subject
Jennifer Driscoll '92 M.B.A. joins her strengths in her career
Michael Reger '98, '99 M.B.A., takes his family's business to new levels.
Building design pioneer Bill Browning talks about greening the White House, biomimicry and the cure for "green fatigue"
John Barrett '65, '77 M.B.A., elevates the lives of others with a watchful eye on the bottom line
150 Years of Responsible, Visionary and Community-minded Leadership and the Transformation of Educating Business Leaders
In the midst of a nation-wide Ph.D. shortage at other universities, the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business has appointed 13 new faculty members spanning 5 different academic disciplines.
"I believe that the new heartland of America is the family business," said Ritch Sorenson, Opus Chair in Family Enterprise in introductory remarks at the Family Capital, Family Business and Free Enterprise Conference.