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Poets & Quants

The best undergraduate business programs

The Undergraduate Business Program is ranked No. 9 in a new composite ranking. (July 1)

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The Wall Street Journal

B-schools take on the family business

UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School has seen rising demand for courses on family business through its Family Enterprise Center. (July 2)

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North Carolina Public Radio

Dirty business

Mike Christian shares his research on ethical transgressions which shows that ethical slips misdeeds tend to escalate into larger lapses over time. (July 10)

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Bloomberg

How a mega co. can join in on tax-cutting deals

Dean Doug Shackelford says companies eager to get involved with inversion mania before it’s too late could find “spinversion” to be an appealing strategy. (July 10)

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Financial Times

Kenan-Flagler to launch online Master in Accounting

Following the success of its online MBA, MBA@UNC, UNC Kenan-Flagler wilk offer its Master of Accounting degree in an online format. (July 7)

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Poets & Quants

Dean's Q&A: Lawrence Murray of the University of North Carolina

Lawrence Murray talks about the Undergraduate Business Program, recently ranked No. 9. (July 1)

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Financial Times

Sex, lies and social media: How Twitter killed the water cooler

Shimul Melwani’s research shows that workplace gossip can be positive. (July 2)

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The Washington Post

U.S. companies feel a chill in China

“What has changed is that the easy money, the easy opportunities, the lower-hanging fruit, have started to go away,” said Christian Lundblad, finance professor. (July 4)

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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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Bloomberg Businessweek

Why some men still think women shouldn’t work

Sreedhari Desai’s research shows that married men whose wives do not work view women in their workplace unfavorably. (July 17)

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