Three convocation ceremonies
earlier this month launched the Class of 2005. College convocation
speaker Matthew Paull '75 paid
tribute to his former colleague, James Cantalupo '66, who
was CEO of McDonald's Corp. when he died unexpectedly in
Alan Feldman '74 MBA '76, CEO
of Midas, offered his thoughts to MBA graduates. Success
and happiness, he said, come from passion, pride, and people.
The impact of local constraints
on the global strategies of corporations is the focus of
a Financial Times article by Ruth
V. Aguilera, assistant professor of business administration.
People leaving larger companies
in the same sector started 25% of the new businesses in
that sector, according to data from Rajshree
Associate Professor Jeff
Brown studies savings behavior as well as the vehicles
we select when saving our money. Retirement savings options
are in the news frequently and Brown's research is often
and colleague Amy Finkelstein report that many of the benefits
from private, long-term insurance are redundant with Medicaid.
Auditing in the new century.
According to Timothy Bell of
KPMG, the new century brings heightened business complexity,
greater auditor risk, and additional demands for increased
transparence and integrity. MORE»
A distinctive viewpoint can
give an entrepreneur the ability to visualize the unimagined
and move the unimagined from concept to reality. Visiting
lecturer Sidney Winter explains.
Regional professionals are
interested in learning more about the College's new part-time
evening MBA for working professionals. If you're
thinking about applying to the program, add your name to
the mailing list. MORE»
Services received a $7,500
donation recently from Pasquinelli to enhance programs and
The new College
website design won an Urbana campus web award this