The event brought together more than 400 UNC students and business leaders from across industries. More
Courtney Edwards (PhD '05) brings years of real-world experience to the classroom. More
Teams turn business knowledge into actionable plans benefiting the state of North Carolina. More
Former dean Paul Fulton (BSBA '57) is celebrated on his birthday, honored for commitment to education. More
B-school combines innovation and business acumen to help entrepreneurs start, manage and invest in a business. More
Chuck Swoboda reflects on taking risks and different paths. More
The School's tradition of shaping leaders includes a focus on the triple bottom line. More
Second online degree offering will meet demand from MAC students, recruiters. More
Dave Hofmann and Brad Staats show that tired workers in demanding jobs stop doing small, vital tasks quickly.
Camelia Kuhnen discusses the role of emotions, the brain and genetics in risk taking.
Anil Shivdasani says shares of North American conglomerates underperformed more focused rivals by 11.4 percent on average.
UNC Kenan-Flagler ranked No. 11 for MBA programs and No. 12 for undergraduate programs.
Christian Lundblad said the change would increase uncertainty about whether China wanted to slow the pace of economic reforms.
Saravanan Kesavan and Brad Staats write about their research that shows retailers struggle with scheduling.
What could possess nearly 200 students to vie for places in an early morning accounting class? The professor.
From basketball to private wealth management, Nora Jabbour (BSBA ’06, MBA ’14) isn’t your typical MBA student.
Woodruff (PhD '12) shares leadership lessons from the military.
Buck (MBA '87) talks values, leadership style at Leadership Day.
Planning for the future is key to success, Saba (MBA '93) tells students.
Krawcheck shares hard-won lessons for businesswomen.
Dayal (MBA '83) invests in funds, people and the arts.
The United States could become an emerging nation again, Jeb Bush told attendees at UNC Kenan-Flagler's annual Weatherspoon Lecture.
The Paul J. Rizzo Conference Center is expanding to accommodate the growing demand for Executive Development programs.
The real estate industry attracts a growing number of women MBA students and alumnae.