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Duke Energy CEO to speak at UNC Kenan-Flagler on Oct. 4

Good will give a free, public talk as a part of the Dean’s Speaker Series at UNC Kenan-Flagler.

MBA@UNC ranked No. 1 online MBA program

For the second year, MBA@UNC is ranked the No. 1 online MBA program by the Princeton Review.

“What Next, America?” Conference Set for Oct. 14

Business leaders, academics and policy makers will examine critical economic issues facing the next U.S. presidential administration.

U.S. News & World Report ranks Undergraduate Business Program No. 9

The Undergraduate Business Program is recognized as among the best in the U.S.

Student-managed funds make two new investments

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.

Mahka Moeen receives Kauffman Foundation fellowship

The award recognizes her research contributions to entrepreneurship.

Accounting professors honored for research impact

A Carolina trio brought home an award for research relevant to the professional practice of accounting.

Amgen executive Rolf Hoffmann joins faculty

Rolf K. Hoffmann (MBA '87) is the former senior vice president of U.S. commercial operations for Amgen.

Employees ready to quit might behave badly before heading out the door

The intention to quit can change employees’ behavior while they’re still on the job.

OneMBA graduates 13th class of global leaders

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.

Research ranked in top 10 in two global rankings

UNC Kenan-Flagler ranked in the top 10 in two global rankings of research productivity.

Mark Little named executive director of Kenan Institute

Little will continue his service to the Kenan Institute in his new leadership role.

Harvard Business Review names best leadership article

Professor Brad Staats' article "Why Organizations Don't Learn" received the 2016 Warren Bennis Prize.

Resilient Leadership Program helps executives combat stress

Developing resiliency is the focus of a new leadership program offered by UNC Executive Development June 8-10.

Undergrad team wins International Case Competition at Maastricht

The win capped off a banner year of case competition victories for the Undergraduate Business Program.

Diversity and inclusion critical to success, survey shows

Business leaders view inclusiveness and diversity as critical to attracting and retaining top talent, according to a UNC Executive Development study.

Undergraduate Business Program ranked No. 7

The Bloomberg Businessweek ranking is up three spots from the last ranking.

Brigham Young wins Venture Capital Investment Competition

MBA students play the role of VCs at the 19th annual VCIC, an event with learning and networking opportunities for top students, VC firms and startups.

UNC Kenan-Flagler to offer graduate certificates online

Working professionals will be able to expand their skills and knowledge in key business disciplines through online studies.

Women’s Center names Elizabeth Dickinson as faculty scholar

Dickinson will use the center’s funding to undertake the project “It’s Everyone’s Business: An Analysis of Gender Diversity and Business Schools.”

Tee up for charity at annual golf tournament

The April 22 golf tournament benefits local charities supporting children who are battling serious illnesses.

Emerging Markets Conference set for April 15

Industry and academic leaders in global strategy, marketing, operations and finance will focus on the opportunities and challenges of doing business in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

U.S. News ranks MBA programs among the very best

The full-time MBA Program is ranked No. 16, up two spots from last year. The EMBA Program is ranked No. 10 again.

Diversity good for business in Hollywood

Box-office revenues are 149% higher in films with multiple black actors in leading roles compared to films with no black actors.

First “Giving Day” for UNC Kenan-Flagler is March 2

UNC Kenan-Flagler has set a 24-hour fundraising challenge for our community.

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