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U.S. News & World Report

Five interview mistakes to avoid at all costs

Focus on your fit with the firm, not benefits, says Shawnice Meador, MBA@UNC director of career management and leadership development. (Aug. 5)

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The Washington Post

Inventor of the ‘Coolest’ cooler failed many times before raising $11 million on Kickstarter

Venkat Kuppuswamy discusses research on crowdsourcing and Kickstarter. (Aug. 28)

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Poets & Quants

How tech is changing EMBA programs

Sarah Perez explains how UNC Kenan-Flagler's EMBA programs are using technology to enhance education. (Aug. 1)

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Harvard Business Review

How to manage scheduling software fairly

Saravanan Kesavan and Brad Staats write about their research that shows retailers struggle with scheduling. (Sept. 2)

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Poets & Quants

MBA orientations

Building bikes for local youth was one way UNC Kenan-Flagler lived its core values of community and teamwork during orientation. (Sept. 9)

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Bloomberg Businessweek

Millenials' promotions stall as new firms' hiring eases

Young employees may be more risk-tolerant and so a better fit for chancy startups, said Paige Ouimet. (Sept. 3)

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BBC

The slippery slope of getting away with small stuff

Mike Christian's research hows the small ethical lapses become big ones. (Aug. 7)

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The New Yorker

The flextime blues

Saravan Kesavan, Brad Staats and Wendell Gilland study the scheduling of the optimal mix of temporary and part-time store workers. (Aug. 20)

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Business Insider

Three things I wish I'd known during my first year of business school

Alex Dea (MBA '15) shares his second-year insights. (Aug. 12)

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The Wall Street Journal

Where did all the entry-level jobs go?

David Vogel, Undergraduate Business Program career director, and Marissa Onsager (BSBA ’14) of Deloitte are interviewed. (Aug. 6)

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The Guardian

Why companies in crisis hire women CEOs

Elizabeth Dickinson explores expectations and stereotypes. (Aug. 8)

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