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ECOA Conference

Conference on “Building and Sustaining an Ethical Culture” Set for Nov. 2-4
10-238 mpls downtown

Jargon Genesis: Pinch Hitter

As a follow-up to our three-post-series on the business of baseball, we thought we would share the beginnings of some business lingo that came from the sport.
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More than Money

I think one of the biggest misconceptions about MBA students is that they are in it for the money, writes Evening UST MBA student Lindsey Buhrmann. While we have career ambitions and would like to increase our earning potential, greed is not something I have witnessed from my classmates

Going green: Purchasing a Prius

Economists at car-research firms, like, speculated that “the best-selling hybrid in America, the Toyota Prius, could soon be out of stock.”

Faculty Feature: Lawrence Chui

When Dr. Lawrence Chui was a young boy, growing up in Hong Kong, he vowed to his parents that he would never become an accountant or a teacher. Interestingly, he is now a new professor of accounting in the Opus College of Business.
Campus Aerials

Are you having fun at work?

A study put out by CareerBliss, an online career community, lists Minneapolis at a respectable 15th place out of the 50 largest U.S. cities in its survey of "The Best and Worst Cities to Work," while St. Paul finished dead last--the "unhappiest" city in the US in which to work!
Graduate Commencement

College seniors: plan ahead for your MBA

In many disciplines, it is common for college seniors to pursue graduate studies immediately after completing their undergraduate degree. Conversely, students entering most MBA programs have between 3 and 6 years of full-time professional experience.

UST announces new campus in St. Thomas

Students interested in pursuing careers in business, snorkeling or vacationing have a new option in St. Thomas with the new St. Thomas St. Thomas campus.

Start-ups: Connect your Strategy with Design

When facing competitive pressures there may be times to keep the price list off the Internet, but in those instances maybe the link to pricing should be less prominent – or non-existent.
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MBA Notes: Ten points to ponder

Although I am only in my third week of classes, writes Evening UST MBA student Lindsey Buhrmann, I have heard a number of business concepts that I believe are worth sharing.