MBA students from 16 business schools battled to win the premier U.S. investment management competition hosted by UNC Kenan-Flagler.
A new study finds that an activist campaign substantially boosted the probability that the company would receive a takeover bid.
UNC Kenan-Flagler celebrated its Evening and Weekend EMBA graduates Oct. 29.
Six alumni who personify the School’s core values are honored.
Titled “Imagine, Invest, Inspire: Make Your Mark on the Workplace,” the conference will feature keynote addresses, workshops and panels.
Founder of an online clothing company, UNC Kenan-Flagler graduate Chris Lindland will share 20 years of startup experience.
The center will be a hub for scholarship, entrepreneurship and research-based education in sport business.
UNC Kenan-Flagler partners with top schools in Mexico, Brazil, the Netherlands and China to offer a truly global executive MBA program.
The online MAC format uses technology to enhance learning and access for students to a top accounting education.
Research insights are featured in the award-winning digital magazine.
Companies with female CEOs do a better job creating a culture of inclusion according to a study by UNC Kenan-Flagler.
Good will give a free, public talk as a part of the Dean’s Speaker Series at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
For the second year, MBA@UNC is ranked the No. 1 online MBA program by the Princeton Review.
Business leaders, academics and policy makers will examine critical economic issues facing the next U.S. presidential administration.
The Undergraduate Business Program is recognized as among the best in the U.S.
The new investments are the sixth and seventh investments for the fund. Student managers are responsible for the day-to-day operations and general management of the fund.
The award recognizes her research contributions to entrepreneurship.
A Carolina trio brought home an award for research relevant to the professional practice of accounting.
Rolf K. Hoffmann (MBA '87) is the former senior vice president of U.S. commercial operations for Amgen.
The intention to quit can change employees’ behavior while they’re still on the job.
The executives began their studies in 2014 in Washington, D.C. with students from OneMBA partner schools coming from China, Brazil, Mexico and the Netherlands.
UNC Kenan-Flagler ranked in the top 10 in two global rankings of research productivity.
Little will continue his service to the Kenan Institute in his new leadership role.
Professor Brad Staats' article "Why Organizations Don't Learn" received the 2016 Warren Bennis Prize.
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