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The Boston Globe

Could charged checked baggage improve departure times?

Checked baggage fees improve departure times for most airlines, shows Vinayak Deshpande. (Sept. 12)


Associated Press

Divided America: The evolution of U.S. immigration

Professor James Johnson explains how immigrants support the economy of North Carolina.
(Oct. 12)


Poets & Quants

Meet UNC Kenan-Flagler’s MBA Class of 2018

Poets & Quant’s features UNC Kenan-Flagler’s diverse and talented new MBA class.
(Sept. 14)


Yahoo! Finance

Mojdeh Poul to lead 3M Canada

After leading several health care businesses under 3M Company, Mojdeh Poul (MBA ’94) is named president and general manager of 3M Canada.
(Sept. 19)


Houston Chronicle

MBA@UNC ranked No. 1 online MBA program

The pioneer program receives the honor for the second year in a row, just five years after its launch.
(Sept. 21)



Pinning down Apple’s alleged 0.005% tax rate is nearly impossible

Dean Doug Shackleford discusses the taxes (or lack thereof) that Apple has paid in Ireland. (Sept. 1)


The Economist

The state of business schools

Michelle Middelton (MBA@UNC ‘16) says the online MBA@UNC gave her an educational opportunity otherwise unavailable to busy professionals like herself. The full-time MBA Program is ranked No. 22 in the world.
(Oct. 15)


The News & Observer

UNC kicker Nick Weiler shaped by failures before greatest success

Nick Weiler (BSBA '16, MAC '17) proves the critics wrong after kicking a game-winning 54-yard field goal.
(Oct. 3)



What is carried interest and why should I care?

Dean Doug Shackelford sheds light on “carried interest,”’ a tax topic of interest this political season.
(Oct. 10)



What you should never do when starting a new job

MBA@UNC program director for Dan Bursch talks about how to leverage your non-traditional background in a new role.
(Oct. 11)



Yay, it's time for my performance review! (Said no one ever)

Professor Brad Staats explains how failure in the workplace can be beneficial.
(Sept. 28)

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