The 102 graduates benefited from the world-class curriculum and career and leadership development at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
The unique collaboration develops global supply chain leaders.
Kuhnen is a pioneer in behavioral finance and the new field of neuroeconomics.
A focus measuring success in terms of financial profitability, ecological integrity and social equity began in 1999.
Princeton Review ranked UNC No. 11 among MBA programs and No. 12 for undergraduate programs.
A new curricular model and expanded opportunities for real-life learning continue a tradition of excellence in entrepreneurial studies.
Multinational firms should factor in tax planning into their global supply chain.
The online business certificate program provides non-business majors with essential business knowledge, skills and confidence.
The course enhances leadership and entrepreneurial skills using a unique model of experiential learning in sustainability.
The American Accounting Association recognizes Landsman for his contributions to accounting education and scholarship.
Swoboda will share his leadership insights with the Triangle community.
UNC Kenan-Flagler offers its top-ranked Master of Accounting Program in an online format.
Mike Christian's study shows how unethical behavior unfolds over time.
UNC Kenan-Flagler graduates its 11th class of the global EMBA program.
The School of Management at Xiamen University will join OneMBA®, the global EMBA program.
New research from UNC Kenan-Flagler reveals the challenges companies face in developing their leaders.
UNC Kenan-Flagler students conducted a statistical analysis for Mizuno USA and McKinney to explore running’s impact on individuals, communities and, ultimately, the United States.
Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the Undergraduate Business Program No. 10 -- again.
Columbia won the global finals of the VCIC, the premier venture competition founded by UNC Kenan-Flagler.
Learn about innovation and how an EMBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler can advance your career.
The premier competition for venture-minded and entrepreneurial MBA students will hold its global championship April 10-12 at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
New news site delivers the latest content in a central location with a host of new features.
Developing leaders in Africa is the subject of the April 4 conference.
Examining the factors that create healthy and innovative communities where people and businesses thrive will be the focus of the event.Next 20 Stories